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November 11, 2023

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Parking & Mobility

 421 N. 10th St. Property: The Agency initiated its vision to transform Block 68 and nearby parcels in its Westside District by acquiring this property in early 2018. The property includes an aging commercial building and small surface lot, which the Agency has converted to a public parking opportunity at the low rate of $5 per day. The Car Park manages the lot. This property is currently subject to a land exchange agreement with the Treasure Valley YMCA. Project Lead: Aaron Nelson

City GO: Formerly known as the Downtown Mobility Collaborative, this partnership of Valley Regional Transit, the City of Boise, ACHD Commuteride, Boise State University, St Luke’s Hospital, Downtown Boise Association, and CCDC involves marketing its transportation products and services to the downtown community. The CCDC Board approved a renewed Memorandum of Understanding for City Go at its October 2020 meeting. In response to a request from VRT, the Agency has included a $60,000 contribution to City GO in the FY2024 budget for CCDC. An overview is located at Project Lead: Zach Piepmeyer

10th & Front Garage Structural Concrete Repairs – Phase 2: The scope of work for this project consisted of partial depth repairs on level four across the entire length of the beams, removal/replacement of concrete, installation of anodes, and the removal and replacement of any damaged rebar with epoxy-coated rebar. The project reached substantial completion on September 30, 2023. Consurco is now completing its punch list and all work will be complete Mid November. The contract amount is $810,997. Project Lead: Aaron Nelson

Rooftop Solar Feasibility Study: In support of the City’s Climate Action goals, the Agency initiated this study to determine the feasibility of installing rooftop solar arrays on each of the six current ParkBOI facilities downtown. Kimley-Horn Associates was selected from the Agency’s on-call roster to study each of the structures and their suitability for solar under current Idaho Power rate structures and various solar array ownership models. Kimley-Horn will deliver a final report to the Agency in early 2024 once the Idaho Public Utilities Commission considers a current request from Idaho Power to adjust rates for solar providers. The consultant deliverable will outline the analysis process, findings, and recommendations on solar array implementation for each garage. Project Lead: Aaron Nelson

Parking Access and Revenue Collection System (PARCS) Replacement: The existing system for controlling public entry/exit and payment for parking within five of the six ParkBOI facilities is approaching 10 years in service in 2024. Although the existing system is still functional, its functionality is limited compared to newer technologies and industry best practice is for PARCS replacement every 10 years. The Agency will hire a consultant project manager to assist with analyzing the current facilities and current PARCS equipment, investigate current PARCS technologies on the market that would be suitable for ParkBOI facilities, lead an advisory committee to define desirable PARCS characteristics, develop a formal Request for Proposals (RFP) to procure the new PARCS, and manage the installation and testing phase of the project. The Agency published an RFQ for consultant services on August 28, 2023. Three consultant firms submitted qualifications packages to the Agency by the September 21, 2023, deadline. A four-person evaluation panel reviewed and scored all three proposals. Kimley-Horn Associates received the highest score, and the Agency is negotiating a scope of services with them. Installation of the new PARCS in the ParkBOI facilities is anticipated in late 2024. Project Lead: Zach Piepmeyer

Condominium Associations


Building Eight Condominiums Association

CCDC Contact: Aaron Nelson

Member Unit Percent Interest
CCDC Capitol & Myrtle Parking Garage (Unit 2) 35%
Raymond Management Hampton Inn & Suites (Unit 1) 62.5%
Hendricks Retail Units (Units 3 & 4) 2.5%
Condo Board Meetings
Last Meeting Next Meeting Next Report Due
December 14, 2022 December 2023 December 31, 2023
Issues/Comments: A meeting was held, and the main topic of discussion was to update procedure in the event of another insurance claim. Power was lost to the Hotel due to an electrical issue; it has since been repaired.


Front Street Condominium Association

CCDC Contact: Aaron Nelson

Member Unit Percent Interest
CCDC 9th & Front Parking Garage 25.76%
GBAD 2.00%
Aspen Condominiums Aspen Lofts 52.17%
Hendricks BoDo Retail Units 20.07%
Condo Board Meetings
Last Meeting/Report Next Meeting Next Report Due
September 20, 2022 TBD November 30, 2023


U.S. Bank Plaza Condominium Association

CCDC Contact: Mary Watson

Member Unit Percent Interest
LN City Center Plaza/ Clearwater Analytics A, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1H, 1K, 1L, 2C, 3C, 5A, 6A, 7A, 8A, 9A 77.372%
CCDC 1F, 1G, 1J, 2B, 4B, 5B 6.861%
GBAD 4A 3.040%
Boise State University 1D, 1E, 2A, 3A, 3B 6.131%
Valley Regional Transit B1, B2, B3 6.429%
Sawtooth Investment Mgmt.


10A 0.167%
Condo Board Meetings
Last Meeting/Report Next Meeting Next Report Due
October 25, 2023 TBD 2024 August 2024
Issues/Comments:  Annual meeting on 10/25/2023: discussed budget for 2024.