Tag Archives: Capital City Development Corp.

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

Capital City Development Corp. started rebranding its garages ParkBOI in early January in collaboration with the city's parking meters that have been branded ParkBOI since 2016. Photo by Teya Vitu.

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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CCDC buys Idaho Sporting Goods property

Capital City Development Corp. bought the Idaho Sporting Goods building but the tenants will remain indefinitely. Photo by Teya Vitu.

The Capital City Development Corp. has bought the Idaho Sporting Goods building and parking lot at 10th and State streets for $2.1 million for future redevelopment. The CCDC Board of Commissioners approved the purchase Dec. 20. The sale is expected ...

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Brick surfaces will upgrade Freak Alley and Union Block alley (access required)

Freak Alley is popular for biking, walking and hanging out. Photo by Teya Vitu.

Freak Alley has emerged has a major attraction for visitors and locals alike, despite the dumpsters, puddles and uneven pavement. Across the way, the alley behind the historic Union Block building has more puddles and dumpsters. It has no murals ...

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CCDC looks to add another urban renewal district (access required)

A Lusk Street alley. Photo by Teya Vitu

Boise’s next urban renewal district could include the proposed downtown baseball/soccer stadium; the ramshackle Lusk Street area sandwiched between Capitol Boulevard and Ann Morrison Park; the corridor between River Road and the Boise River; and the area between Americana Boulevard ...

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Group questions impact of proposed downtown Boise stadium (access required)

Before any formal submittals have been made regarding a potential downtown Boise baseball and soccer stadium, a local group has raised questions about a stadium’s impact on the Americana Boulevard/Shoreline Drive area. Concerned Boise Taxpayers on July 16 submitted a ...

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