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Shoreline & Gateway East District Projects Update

May 9, 2022

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News Update on CCDC Projects in the Shoreline URD


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Economic Development

17th Street 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 on 17th Street.  Consultant to be selected Spring/Summer of 2022.  Construction anticipated in late 2022. Project Lead: Kassi Brown

818 W Ann Morrison Park Drive – Mixed-Use – PP Type TBD: Continued tracking of project to include new five-story mixed-use residential building with 91 units (282 BR) and ground floor commercial space with associated site improvements on property. Private auto and bike parking included in project plan.  Project Lead: Kevin Holmes








News Update on CCDC Projects in the Gateway East URD


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Economic Development

1001 E Gowen Road – AZEK – PP Type 2: The Board approved this agreement at its February meeting. Decking manufacturer AZEK is investing over $123 million to retrofit the old Shopko building, and full operation is expected in May and the developer is preparing cost documentation materials. Project Lead: Alexandra Monjar

951 E Gowen Road – 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 will open opportunities for additional development on adjacent vacant parcels. Project Lead: Kevin Holmes


Gowen Road – ACHD Cost Share – PP Type 4: This is a cost-share project with an ACHD bridge replacement project on Gowen Road at the railroad crossing. CCDC-funded improvements include installation of a fiber-optic conduit bank between Exchange Street and Eisenman Road, a wider sidewalk on the approaches to the bridge, and a longer bridge span, which will accommodate a future Rail-with-Trail pathway under the bridge.  Construction of the improvements is underway and expected to be complete during winter/spring 2022.  Project Lead: Zach Piepmeyer

Eisenman Road Interim Improvements, Blue Sage Lane to Blue Valley Lane: CCDC contracted with Civil Survey Consultants (CSC) on an initial task order to analyze three different pedestrian facility alternatives. Through discussions with the City, Boise School District, and ACHD, CCDC has selected a preferred alternative to construct an interim five-foot wide asphalt pathway along the frontage of the Blue Valley Estates Mobile Home Park.  Approval of a task order for CSC’s Final Design of the facility will be considered at the May 2022 Board Meeting on Consent Agenda.   Project Lead: Kassi Brown


Production Street and Gowen Road Utilities: This project will install new fiber optic conduit banks and associated vaults along Production Street and Gowen Road for the City to enhance data connectivity within city limits. CCDC Board approved contract award to Track Utilities LLC at the September Board meeting. Track Utilities started construction November 2 and anticipates being complete in May 2022.  Project Lead: Amy Fimbel