This overhead view shows a proposed layout for a 42-home project developers Jared Sherburne and J. Kevin Brunk plan to build at 3555 E. Warm Springs Ave. The lots crossed out in red represent homes Brunk and Sherburne agreed to remove from their project at the behest of Boise’s Planning and Zoning Commission. A total of five homes were removed. Only one of the homes on the project’s north side — the one on the east — was removed.
This overhead view shows a proposed layout for a 42-home project developers Jared Sherburne and J. Kevin Brunk plan to build at 3555 E. Warm Springs Ave. The lots crossed out in red represent homes Brunk and Sherburne agreed to remove from their project at the behest of Boise’s Planning and Zoning Commission. A total of five homes were removed. Only one of the homes on the project’s north side — the one on the east — was removed. Provided by city of Boise
This overhead view shows a proposed layout for a 42-home project developers Jared Sherburne and J. Kevin Brunk plan to build at 3555 E. Warm Springs Ave. The lots crossed out in red represent homes Brunk and Sherburne agreed to remove from their project at the behest of Boise’s Planning and Zoning Commission. A total of five homes were removed. Only one of the homes on the project’s north side — the one on the east — was removed. Provided by city of Boise

Neighbors fought proposed Boise apartments and won. Now $500,000 houses will go there.

March 14, 2018 10:11 AM