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Senior living developers describe a saturated market

Developers of senior housing describe a saturated market in much of the Treasure Valley. Jeremy Garner, president of Veranda Senior Living, said several new providers – many without experience – have entered the local market to serve the seniors expected ...

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Limit your liability with condo projects (access required)

I have noticed a recent uptick in questions from my clients about steps that can be taken to limit their potential liability associated with either designing or building condominium projects. These questions are spurred by an increasing market for condos, ...

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With Ada County’s growth, increased rents and property values are a certainty (access required)

Ada County population and employment growth continue to call for more housing. Valbridge Property Advisors report that there are over 2,000 multi-family developments under construction and another 3,000 in the planning process. Boise is the fastest growing city in America; ...

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Rentals are now all the rage (access required)

Remember the apartments of yore? Well, now they are typically called multi-family residences, and these days they come in all shapes and sizes. While developers are still building large structures with 50 or 100 or more units, more common are ...

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The Fowler apartment building: A photo gallery (access required)

The Fowler is a project of Local Construct, a construction company based in southern California that entered Boise in 2012 with a partnership to develop the historic Owyhee Hotel into apartments, retail and office space. The Fowler is the company’s ...

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Out-of-state real estate investors turn to Idaho (access required)

Real estate broker Mike Swope believes a trend of more out-of-state dollars flowing into the Idaho market has been inflating the state’s housing prices and pushing many local investors to the sidelines. Swope, who specializes in multifamily properties with Boise-based ...

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Joining sustainable energy with construction planning (access required)

On Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, one of the first health care buildings in the country to use “performance-based procurement” has begun to take shape. Performance-based procurement makes energy efficiency a priority in planning new buildings. In the case of ...

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