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Golf continues at Ridgecrest and Centennial until sale (access required)

The days are likely numbered for Ridgecrest and Centennial, the pair of municipal golf courses on the 602-acre campus of the state-owned Southwest Idaho Treatment Center. But the big unknown is just when golfers will tee off for the last ...

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Roundup 5.22.15 (access required)

Café Zupas leased 3,500 square feet in the Broadway 111 Shopping Center, at 111 Broadway, Suite 129, in Boise.  LeAnn Hume, Andrea Nilson, Sara Shropshire, and Mallisa Jackson of Cushman & Wakefield|Commerce represented the tenant, and Steve Cannariato of Hawkins ...

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QB Solutions is expanding, moving (access required)

Bookkeeping and property management company QB Solutions has outgrown its small building on Americana Boulevard and is moving to a larger space at 14th and Jefferson streets. The new space will have more room for the company’s increased workforce and ...

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Rediscovered Books to expand as neighbor Lux moves (access required)

Rediscovered Books will increase its footprint by 50 percent in downtown Boise, and is offering store credit and discounts for customers who help with crowdfunding to cover renovation costs. The bookstore is adding a second entrance and more space by ...

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Greek life is growing at Boise State (access required)

Fraternity and sorority membership has grown tenfold in the last five years at Boise State University. In 2010, the school had fewer than 100 members of a fraternity or sorority. Now, it has more than 1,000, said Jeremiah Shinn, the ...

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H&M adds second Idaho store at The Village (access required)

Clothing retailer H&M will open a store at the Village at Meridian in October in a space formerly slated for a Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill. The 23,000-square-foot space is directly below an Axiom Gym in the ...

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Eighth and Main caps 30 years of downtown regrowth (access required)

Since January, the Idaho Business Review has been telling the story of how the modern downtown Boise came to be over the last 30 years. Boise’s successful development did not happen by accident. After dozens of downtown buildings were demolished ...

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CWI, others, defend process behind land purchase (access required)

The College of Western Idaho fell under heavy criticism for not getting an appraisal before entering into an agreement to purchase nearly 10 acres at the corner of Main Street and Whitewater Boulevard on Boise’s West End. But the criticism ...

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