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Photos: Unique office building takes shape in North Portland (access required)

A mixed-use office building taking shape in North Portland features a unique shape reminiscent of the iconic Flatiron Building in New York City. Flatiron PDX will consist of a ground-floor retail space and open office space on the upper floors. ...

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Short of office space? A steel shipping container can serve in a pinch (access required)

The post-recession building boom has been kind to the portable building industry, which can deliver much-needed office space to a construction site or other location quickly and inexpensively. The pace of Treasure Valley construction right now, with hotels and office ...

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To park or not to park: That is the question CCDC wants people to ponder (access required)

Even with three new parking garages on the horizon, downtown Boise workers should still be thinking of alternatives to driving,  says Max Clark, parking and facilities director at the Capital City Development Corp. CCDC owns six public garages in the heart ...

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Portland forges new program for affordable commercial space (access required)

The city of Portland is forging a new program to provide affordable commercial space in city-owned buildings. The Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program will offer leases below market rate and technical assistance to selected commercial tenants, with a preference for businesses ...

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Parker Technical Education gives students the feel of the industry (access required)

The Parker Technical Education Center building on the North Idaho College Career and Technical Education site has been a long time coming, but it is expected to fill the needs of both students and industry for years to come. “I’ve ...

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A building boom at Brigham Young campus in Rexburg

With its student body size more than doubling since fall 2007, Brigham Young University – Idaho, in Rexburg, has been working to expand its campus footprint to match, with a series of six major projects constructed since 2010. Student enrollment ...

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ICOM seeks to build ‘medical school of the future’

Construction of what is intended to be Idaho’s first medical school is on budget and three weeks ahead of schedule, now with a planned completion data of sometime in May 2018. “It could not be going better,” said Robert Hasty, ...

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