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Boise’s iconic Linen Building is sold (access required)

The Linen Building events center in Boise has been sold by David Hale to undisclosed private investors. The new owners are now looking for retail, restaurant and office tenants. Hale said he sold the building in September but continued to ...

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Retail center with Popeye’s slated for Broadway (access required)

Seven homes were cleared away in November on Broadway between Howe and Warren streets to make way for a new commercial center just north of Boise Avenue. The center at 1602-1626 South Broadway will include a Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen flanked ...

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A robust year in commercial real estate (access required)

Boise’s top commercial real estate houses all reported increased transactions for 2014, with Thornton Oliver Keller completing a record 550 transactions and Colliers International tallying a property management portfolio exceeding 6.5 million square feet. Cushman & Wakefield|Commerce started the year ...

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Capital City Angel Fund adds three more local investments (access required)

In its first year, Boise’s $1.1 million Capital City Angel Fund has invested $350,000 in seven different companies, five of them with Treasure Valley connections. The angel investing fund recently announced three more investments, in divorce mediation technology company WeVorce, ...

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Nominations open for IBR Money Makers

Michael D. Armstrong Jr., whose career began when he set up a bookkeeping system for his paper route, and became the chief financial officer for Micro 100 Tool Corporation in Meridian was one. Scott Summerlin, “always good at numbers,” and ...

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New Ketchum hotel could open by 2016 (access required)

Aspen Skiing Co. will build a new 119-room hotel called the Limelight Hotel in Ketchum thanks in part to local and state tax incentives. The new hotel, close to Bald Mountain, has a targeted opening date of December 2016. The ...

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New McCall bridge includes space for bicycles, pedestrians, sightseers (access required)

A new bridge over the North Fork of the Payette River, on Idaho Route 55 just west of McCall, includes bike and pedestrian lanes and a 400-square-foot viewing platform for visitors. The New Lardo Bridge, which was completed in November, ...

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Propeople doubles its size in Bodo’s Mercantile Building (access required)

The international web development firm Propeople is starting the new year off two stories higher at the 8th Street Marketplace. Propeople will double its offices by moving into the 4,898-square-foot, fourth-floor space that was occupied by Red Sky Public Relations ...

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Commerce seeks to alter incentive program (access required)

The Idaho Department of Commerce is proposing a few small changes to the new Tax Reimbursement Incentive to make it more accessible in parts of the state with higher average wages. The proposed legislation, which has been sent to the ...

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Grocery Outlet could be coming to an Idaho city near you (access required)

Grocery Outlet Inc. has big expansion plans for Idaho. The 218-store West Coast discount grocery chain plans to open its fifth Idaho store in Caldwell in 2015 to join existing Grocery Outlets on Fairview Avenue in Boise, in Coeur d’Alene, ...

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