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Crescent Rim condo construction starts back up (access required)

Crescent Rim Condo construction, sidelined by the economic collapse and then slowed by a shortage of workers, has started up again. “It took a while to find quality subcontractors,” said builder Bill Clark, who started construction on the second phase ...

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Property price set at $250,000 for Watercooler Apartments (access required)

CCDC commissioners on Jan. 11 formalized the ultimate property purchase price at $250,000 for the Watercooler Apartments project at 14th and Idaho streets. The Capital City Development Corp. Board of Commissioners updated the development agreement with LocalConstruct, a California company ...

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Apartments take shape in Meridian near I-84 (access required)

A set of three-story, stone-and-plank apartment buildings are going up within sight of Interstate 84 in Meridian. Construction on the 11-building, 190-unit High Point on Overland Apartments will continue into June, but the first residents have been moving into the ...

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The Afton is on track for condos on River Street by early 2017 (access required)

It took 599 days to get from signing a development agreement on The Afton condos to the groundbreaking at River Street between Eighth and Ninth streets in downtown Boise. That was 602 days by the time developer Michael Hormaechea started ...

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Plenty of beds remain available at Lusk Street student housing (access required)

The future of Boise’s Lusk Street area started taking shape this year with the erection of four large student housing and multi-family apartment complexes. La Pointe, Vista East, Vista West and River Edge apartments – with a combined 541 units ...

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