The JD Co. proposed building five single-family homes and a four-unit multifamily building at North 19th and Jefferson streets. For two decades the property, owned by the Salvation Army, had been used for a community garden. The Salvation Army also had a church and offices on a second lot in the background of this view. The JD Co., which bought the property two years ago, withdrew its housing application ahead of a hearing that was scheduled for Monday, May 14.
The JD Co. proposed building five single-family homes and a four-unit multifamily building at North 19th and Jefferson streets. For two decades the property, owned by the Salvation Army, had been used for a community garden. The Salvation Army also had a church and offices on a second lot in the background of this view. The JD Co., which bought the property two years ago, withdrew its housing application ahead of a hearing that was scheduled for Monday, May 14. John Sowell jsowell@idahostatesman.com
The JD Co. proposed building five single-family homes and a four-unit multifamily building at North 19th and Jefferson streets. For two decades the property, owned by the Salvation Army, had been used for a community garden. The Salvation Army also had a church and offices on a second lot in the background of this view. The JD Co., which bought the property two years ago, withdrew its housing application ahead of a hearing that was scheduled for Monday, May 14. John Sowell jsowell@idahostatesman.com

A Boise developer wanted to build homes on a former community garden. What happened?

May 11, 2018 08:23 PM