1001 E Gowen
AZEK Boise Manufacturing

 

A Type 2 Participation Program Project that promotes CCDC and City objectives to diversify and grow Boise’s economy by promoting industrial development, climate action, and bringing quality jobs to Boise.

Spring 2022 Existing Conditions. 

Background

CPG International, LLC, a subsidiary of The AZEK Company Inc. is a composite decking manufacturer with corporate offices in Chicago, Illinois and manufacturing operations in the East and Midwest. Its core products are decking and railing for exterior residential and commercial use, with an emphasis on using recycled materials. CPG International, LLC has leased the former Shopko facility located at 1001 East Gowen Road to establish a manufacturing facility and distribution center in the West. The facility is located on approximately 50 acres and includes a 347,000 sq. ft. main building and a 4,950 sq. ft. satellite building. Phase I of the project includes building extrusion lines, storage silos, unloading facilities, auxiliary support equipment, IT infrastructure, offices and employee amenities, maintenance facilities, a rail spur, and material handling facilities.

The project contemplates concurrent development on two sites, one addressed at 951 E Gowen Road (the “Logistics Center”) and one at 7031 S Eisenman Road (the “Commerce Center”). The Logistics Center will include ~901,000 square feet, 456 parking spaces and trailer parking while the Commerce Center will include three buildings totaling ~380,000 square feet, 289 parking spaces, and trailer parking. Total development costs are estimated at $142.6 million. The developer estimates that 486 construction jobs and 640 permanent jobs will be created through the project.

Project Partnership

The public improvements include power distribution lines and installation of four street lights on Production Street. Placement and design of the streetlights is coordinated with partner agencies to ensure their compatibility with the planned extension of Production Street. Construction of this project is underway and the facility is expected to be complete and ready for operation this spring 2022. The project has estimated Eligible Expenses of $1,405,300 with an estimated $707,203 to be refunded by Idaho Power, resulting in a total reimbursement from CCDC of $698,097. To ensure that expenses refunded by Idaho Power are not additionally reimbursed by CCDC, the Agency will hold reimbursement related to the substation transformer until Idaho Power refunds are complete, which is anticipated to be March 2027.

Project Summary

  • 50-acre lot located at 1001 E Gowen Road
  • 351,950 total SF industrial space
  • $123,230,000 Total Development Costs
  • $1.4 M Eligible Expenses
  • Estimated 50 construction jobs and 160 permanent jobs with $80k median salary

Contact

CCDC Project Manager, Alexandra Monjar, is overseeing this project.


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