Athlos Academies partners Jason Kotter and Ryan Van Alfned had a vision for the old Macy’s space in Downtown Boise. The charter-school business built its headquarters there, after receiving an eight-year Tax Reimbursement Incentive deal in 2015.
Athlos Academies partners Jason Kotter and Ryan Van Alfned had a vision for the old Macy’s space in Downtown Boise. The charter-school business built its headquarters there, after receiving an eight-year Tax Reimbursement Incentive deal in 2015. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Athlos Academies partners Jason Kotter and Ryan Van Alfned had a vision for the old Macy’s space in Downtown Boise. The charter-school business built its headquarters there, after receiving an eight-year Tax Reimbursement Incentive deal in 2015. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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