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Mixed-use has a long history in Pocatello (access required)

With federal land to the east and west, previously part of the Fort Hall Reservation, Pocatello is essentially landlocked. Pocatello has a history of lot subdividing to meet the once-growing housing demand of the railroad. A city lot in the ...

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Idaho Falls sets the pace with mixed-use development at Snake River Landing (access required)

Idaho’s largest, most diverse mixed-use development may well be across the river from historic downtown Idaho Falls. Snake River Landing in the past 15 years has converted a former gravel pit with some 300,000 square feet of Class A office/commercial ...

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McCall seeks ways to encourage mixed-use development

When Mike Maciaszek set out to build his home in McCall, he looked for a downtown space on Payette Lake. He quickly realized that with zoning on the downtown lakeshore limited to commercial buildings, he’d have to put up a ...

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The time is right for low-water fixtures in Idaho (access required)

All is not so good when it comes to water in Idaho. Groundwater reserves, contained in layers of rock known as aquifers, peaked in the 1950s and have been dropping ever since. It looks like some of the other water-related ...

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Brokers: Surge of new office space won’t dampen demand (access required)

People who spend much time socializing in downtown Boise these days have grown accustomed to conversational pauses brought on by the grinding clack of jackhammers and the buzz of electric saws from nearby construction projects. Two projects largely responsible for ...

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Idaho BOMA looks ahead (access required)

You can’t make everyone happy, but this year, the members of BOMA Idaho are going to give it a try. BOMA, the Building and Managers Association, has a long list of issues to watch in the coming year. Among them: ...

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Residential management group emphasizes continuing ed (access required)

Southwestern Idaho’s professional group for residential property managers, NARPM, is readying its members for a changing rental landscape as apartment construction accelerates and newcomers arrive to take jobs in the state. Like so many people in business, NARPM’s president, Cory ...

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Worker preferences drive new office designs (access required)

The popular narrative that companies are moving to dense urban areas with a preference for open, collaborative spaces in a bid to placate and attract younger employees may not be the full story. Examining how millennials, technology and e-commerce are ...

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Short-term rentals are all the rage (access required)

We hear from clients excited to place their homes into the short-term rental market, and we hear from home owner associations ranting about the problems associated with short-term rentals. A myriad of regulations need to be considered before placing a ...

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