Pioneer Crossing Groundbreaking

September 16, 2016

News & Notes

Parcel B, or newly named Pioneer Crossing, will celebrate it’s groundbreaking on Thursday, September 22nd at the corner of 11th and Front Streets in downtown Boise. CCDC has partnered with Gardner Company to provide funding for the project’s public parking garage and infrastructure improvements. Shellan Rodriguez, CCDC’s project manager for redevelopment projects, will be standing on […]

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The Grove Plaza Renovation Officially Begins

May 19, 2016

News & Notes

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE GROVE PLAZA RENOVATION OFFICIALLY BEGINS Pedestrian traffic and local business access to remain open during staggered spoke and plaza closures On Wednesday, May 18, 2016, renovation of The Grove Plaza will officially begin, starting with the placement of safety fencing and general site preparation.  This sets in motion the construction process after […]

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Idaho Business Review Article on Urban Renewal

April 12, 2016

Press

Recently, Idaho Business Review author Benton Smith wrote a story about ways urban renewal can help finance mixed-use projects in Idaho. The article features several examples around the state including some of CCDC’s Boise projects. Mixed-use projects can be challenging to finance, and the story explains how urban renewal agencies can help make good, urban projects feasible. […]

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Central Addition Block Party April 2nd

April 1, 2016

News & Notes

This Saturday the Central Addition LIV District is throwing a block party from 11am-2pm at 3rd and Broad Streets. CCDC will host a booth to inform the public about the agency’s role in upcoming Broad Street improvements. The City of Boise will also have representatives there to talk about the LIV District initiative. Come to enjoy music, food trucks, […]

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8th Street Closures March 31st and April 3rd

March 25, 2016

News & Notes

There are 2 upcoming closures of 8th Street between Main Street and Bannock Street. The first closure will be on Thursday, March 31st, from 10:00pm to 6:00am on Friday for street cleaning. The second will be on Sunday, April 3rd, from 6:00am to Noon for street re-painting. The sidewalks will remain open during both closures. Contact […]

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Public Survey for Bike Lanes Open

March 18, 2016

News & Notes

Ada County Highway District is currently analyzing four alternatives to add east-west bike lanes downtown between 16th and Broadway. The four alternatives are: 1) Standard bike lanes on Jefferson (AKA “No Build”), 2) Bike lanes protected by parking on Main and Idaho, 3) Bike lanes with painted buffer on Main and Idaho, and 4) Pylon protected […]

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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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