Low income apartments. Ski-in ski-out houses. Come near you in ID


The latest proposed developments, other construction projects and new businesses around Idaho’s Treasure Valley:


AT Industrial, a A real estate development company with projects across the western United States, plans to open a light industrial building in the Sky Ranch business park in Caldwell soon.

The logistics building, named North Ranch Logistics Building One, would be a 305,295 square foot light industrial building, divisible into spaces ranging from 17,160 square feet to 305,295 square feet.

The business park is located at US 20 and Smeed Parkway in North Caldwell and offers direct access to Interstate 84 and Idaho 20/26, according to TOK Commercial.

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The 305,295 square foot industrial building may soon take up space in Caldwell’s Sky Ranch business park. Town of Caldwell

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The TOK commercial building could serve a wide range of industrial users, the developer said in a press release. Town of Caldwell


The Housing Co., a Boise nonprofit that preserves and develops affordable housing in Idaho, is looking to build 52 affordable apartments for low income people in Meridian.

The development would consist of eight two-story “garden-style” buildings on 4½ acres at 1160 W. Ustick Road, between Linder and Meridian Roads and near Settler’s Park.

The story said the development would serve people earning 60% or less of the county’s median income. Units like this are “desperately needed in Meridian,” the story said.

“The comfortable one, two and three bedroom units will offer modern amenities at an affordable price,” the app’s story said.

There would be an outdoor area with a play area. There would also be a clubhouse and property management on site.

The Meridian Planning and Zoning Commission is due to hear the proposal at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan.6 in the city council chamber.

Bach Homes, a developer at Boise, seeks to add 134 apartments at the Regency at River Valley apartment development. The apartments would be in a five-story building in 3270 and 3280 E. River Valley Street and 2480 N. Eagle Road, near Eagle Road near its intersection with Ustick Road.

The units would constitute the third phase of the complex. According to the request, residents of the first two phases “benefit from a very comfortable living environment and are not negatively impacted by traffic on Eagle Road. Being located close to shopping, leisure facilities, public transportation and employment areas, this property meets many of the objectives and policies identified in the Meridian Global Plan for High Density Housing.

The studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments would be built on 2.6 acres.


The produce section of the Walmart Supercenter at 8300 W. Overland Road in Boise has been expanded as part of a store upgrade. Other departments that have been expanded include beer and wine, hardware and health, beauty and cosmetics. Provided by Walmart

The Walmart Supercentre at 8300 W. Overland Road completed a renovation project.

The upgrade includes expanding the product aisle and larger sections on hardware, health, beauty and cosmetics, as well as beer and wine. New coolers with take out items have been added to the front of the store, a washroom has been updated, and a room for mothers has been added. In addition, additional parking spaces for customers collecting orders placed online have been added.

The Breeze Laundromat at 1612 Broadway Ave. will hold its grand opening from December 3 to 5. The company says its washers extract up to 70% more water than traditional commercial laundry, allowing dryers to do less work and complete each load in less time. Provided by Breeze

A laundromat, Breeze, open at 1612 Broadway Ave.

“We have brought 21st century technology, café atmosphere, social commitment and ecological commitment to a service that has been sorely lacking in improvements for decades. ” Owner and partner Eyal Goldman said in a press release.

Free laundering was offered during a grand opening scheduled from Friday to Sunday December 3 to 5.


TDS Telecommunications LLC announces the start of construction of a broadband internet network to connect around 50,000 Nampa homes.

Work on the network was due to start on Tuesday, November 30, with the first neighborhoods to be connected in 2022. The project will include hundreds of kilometers of fiber optic offering internet speeds of up to 2 gigabits for residents and speeds of 10 gigabits for residents. businesses, the company said in a press release. It will also provide telephone and television services.

Residents will be notified before construction begins in their neighborhood, including signage and by postcard, letter and door hanger, the company said. Contractors will work to minimize disruption to neighborhoods and restore all areas affected by burial of fiber optic cables.

Around Idaho

Brundage Mountain Resort north of McCall hopes to begin construction next spring on 88 ski-in ski-out houses near his base area, reports The Star-News in McCall.

The homes would be the first of what could potentially be 1,200 homes under a master plan that Adams County approved in 2009.

“The expansion will meet the goal of exceeding 200,000 skier visits per year with the familiar low-density, family-friendly ski model,” said Brundage President Bob Looper. The resort now receives about 170,000 ski visits per year, Looper said.

The 88 homes would be built on 37.5 acres and would be called Northwoods. They would include 21 custom single-family homes to be built on lots ranging from approximately half an acre to 1.2 acres each, 22 grouped cottages and 45 units in multi-family townhouses. The houses would be adjacent to the Lower Rodeo ski slope.

The 388 acres of private land slated for residential development were acquired as part of a land swap with Payette National Forest in 2006.

Brundage earlier this month announced plans to build a 20,000-square-foot day lodge next spring, slated for completion in fall 2023. It also plans to add new lifts and a ski area served by ski lifts for the next 10 years.

The 60-year-old ski resort is owned by Brundage Mountain Holdings, who bought it last year from the family of Judd DeBoer, who owned Brundage with his wife, Diane, until his death earlier in 2020.

A 30,000 square feet Cascades Hospital to replace Cascade’s aging medical center has been approved by the hospital’s board of directors, reports The Star-News in McCall.

The building is expected to cost around $ 33 million and could be ready for use as early as 2025 if it obtains funding from private and public sources, including taxpayers in the public hospital tax district. It would be built on a site other than the current site on Lake Cascade Parkway, where the hospital was built in 1974.

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