Final Design Concepts for The Grove Plaza Renovation Unveiled

December 3, 2015

News & Notes

For Immediate Release: Boise, Idaho (December 1, 2015) – Building upon months of public engagement, the Capital City Development Corporation (CCDC) Board of Commissioners approved The Grove Plaza renovation design during their recent board meeting. The renovation will include a new interactive fountain that will remain flush to the surface, along with a more contemporary paving […]

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OPEN HOUSE: Brownfield Assessment Grant

November 30, 2015

News & Notes

The Capital City Development Corporation is applying for a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to assess potential brownfield sites in the 30th Street Area (also known as the West End). Come to the open house and learn about: The proposed brownfield grant application How the brownfield assessment process can help promote redevelopment Examples of […]

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CCDC ‘Rakes Up Boise’

November 16, 2015

News & Notes

Once again, CCDC volunteered their time to participate in Neighborhood Housing Services’ Rake Up Boise event. The weather was perfect to rake up over 22 bags of leaves.

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Capital City Public Market Hours

November 13, 2015

News & Notes

Beginning in November, until the end of the season, the Capital City Public Market will be changing their hours to adjust with daylight savings. Set-up will begin at 7am, the Market will operate from 10:30am-2:00pm, and 8th Street will re-open by 3:00pm. Also, the footprint will be reduced to 8th Street between Main Street and […]

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The Grove Plaza: Brick by Brick Featured on Idaho Living Show

November 3, 2015

Press

CCDC project manager, Doug Woodruff, was featured on Idaho Living on Friday, October 30th. Doug and hosts, Johnna and Liz, discussed The Grove Plaza: Brick by Brick program, a rare opportunity to buy engraved bricks and support the upcoming renovation of The Grove Plaza. This program is timely for the gift giving season, as an engraved brick makes a unique and […]

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Boise Fire Chief Presents Plaque of Appreciation to CCDC

September 25, 2015

News & Notes

Boise Fire Chief Doan presents CCDC Commissioner Hale with Plaque of Appreciation On September 14, Boise City Fire Chief Dennis Doan presented a plaque of appreciation to CCDC Board Commissioner John Hale for use of a CCDC owned warehouse. The warehouse, previously located at 620 S. 9th street, was used for almost 10 years by […]

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8th Street Closed Sept. 19

September 18, 2015

News & Notes

8th Street between Idaho Street and Bannock Street will be closed Saturday, 19 September, until Midnight for an event organized by Payette Brewing Company. You can learn more here: http://payettebrewing.splashthat.com/ Contact Ben Houpt with any questions.

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The Grove Plaza: Brick by Brick Program Launches

August 27, 2015

News & Notes

On Monday, CCDC launched its engraved brick sales program, The Grove Plaza: Brick by Brick.  Proceeds from the sale of personalized, commemorative bricks will help fund the renovation of downtown Boise’s most vibrant and recognized community space—The Grove Plaza. “After nearly three decades of public use and enjoyment, The Grove Plaza is ready for some significant […]

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BRUNELLE: Proactive CCDC Brings Housing to Downtown

June 7, 2015

CCDC Point of View

Collaborate, create, develop, complete—four words that are always top of mind these days at CCDC. Our growing and talented group of CCDC employees, combined with a highly engaged board of commissioners, is proactive and eager to collaborate with investors, developers, and public sector partners. One example is the new Downtown Boise Housing Study, now available […]

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WEST END: New Listing of City-owned Property

April 13, 2015

News & Notes

Two attractive properties, owned by the City of Boise, are now offered on the market “for lease or exchange.” One is 6.5 acres +/-, the other 2.5 acres +/-.  More details are available from Thornton Oliver Keller, listing agency, at this site.   The offering is a collection of two unique sites within Boise’s most […]

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