River Myrtle – Old Boise District – Projects

May 10, 2024

News & Notes

  Economic Development 150 S. 5th St. – CW Moore Park Improvements – PP Type 4 Partnership with Boise Parks:  A partnership with Boise Parks and Recreation to upgrade CW Moore Park. The Agency is working with the Parks Department to help fund the improvements, not to exceed $200,000. The Board approved the project in […]

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West Side District – Projects

May 10, 2024

News & Notes

Economic Development Block 68 Catalytic Redevelopment Project: In December 2021, the Board selected Edlen & Company’s and deChase Miksis’ (“Developer”) proposal for the disposition of Agency owned property at 1010 W. Jefferson St. and 421 N. 10th St. through a competitive Request for Proposals (“RFP”) process. The proposal included a land exchange with the YMCA […]

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30th Street District – Projects

May 10, 2024

News & Notes

Economic Development 2618 W. Fairview Ave. – LOCAL Fairview – PP Type 2: Subtext plans to construct this seven-story, 271-unit, mixed-use project. The development will have approximately 8,500 square feet of ground floor commercial space with the existing Capri Restaurant retained and incorporated into the design. The public improvements eligible for CCDC reimbursement include streetscapes […]

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Shoreline District – Projects

May 10, 2024

News & Notes

Economic Development 17th Street Interim Streetscape Improvements, Shoreline Drive to Cul-de-Sac: Pedestrian improvements to address the current gaps in the sidewalk and install additional overhead lighting on 17th Street between Shoreline Drive and the east end of 17th Street (cul-de-sac). The goal of this effort is to improve safety and mobility within the public right-of-way […]

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Gateway East District – Projects

May 10, 2024

News & Notes

Economic Development 951 E. Gowen Rd. – Red River Logistics and Commerce Centers – PP Type 2: The Board approved this Agreement at its February meeting to participate in the extension and public dedication of Production Street and associated utility and streetscape improvements. This street extension is included in the Gateway East District Plan and […]

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State Street District – Projects

May 10, 2024

News & Notes

2426 N. Arthur St. – Wilson Station – PP Type 3: Wilson Station is a mixed-use, affordable housing development comprised of 102 multi-family units and ground floor commercial space intended to be a day care. This project is being developed by Pacific West Communities, Inc. with Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) and the City of […]

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Agency Wide – All Districts

May 10, 2024

News & Notes

Parking & Mobility  421 N. 10th St. Property: The Agency initiated its vision to transform Block 68 and nearby parcels in the Westside District by acquiring this property in early 2018. The property included an aging commercial building and a small surface lot, which the Agency converted to public parking and made available for $5 […]

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River Myrtle – Old Boise District – Projects

April 5, 2024

News & Notes

Economic Development 150 S. 5th St. – CW Moore Park Improvements – PP Type 4 Partnership with Boise Parks:  A partnership with Boise Parks and Recreation to upgrade CW Moore Park. The Agency is working with the Parks Department to help fund the improvements, not to exceed $200,000. The Board approved the project in March […]

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Westside District – Projects

April 5, 2024

News & Notes

Economic Development Block 68 Catalytic Redevelopment Project: In December 2021, the Board selected Edlen & Company’s and deChase Miksis’ (“Developer”) proposal for the disposition of Agency owned property at 1010 W. Jefferson St. and 421 N. 10th St. through a competitive Request for Proposals (“RFP”) process. The proposal included a land exchange with the YMCA […]

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30th Street District – Projects

April 5, 2024

News & Notes

Economic Development 2618 W. Fairview Ave. – LOCAL Fairview – PP Type 2: Subtext plans to construct this seven-story, 271-unit, mixed-use project. The development will have approximately 8,500 square feet of ground floor commercial space with the existing Capri Restaurant retained and incorporated into the design. The public improvements eligible for CCDC reimbursement include streetscapes […]

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