Jeff Eiseman, the owner of the Boise Hawks, wants to build a stadium and supporting commercial or residential space in Downtown Boise. That endeavor could borrow ideas from Project Jackson, the $180-million stadium and surrounding development that Eiseman is building in North Augusta, S.C., shown in this rendering.
Jeff Eiseman, the owner of the Boise Hawks, wants to build a stadium and supporting commercial or residential space in Downtown Boise. That endeavor could borrow ideas from Project Jackson, the $180-million stadium and surrounding development that Eiseman is building in North Augusta, S.C., shown in this rendering. Provided by the city of North Augusta, S.C.
Jeff Eiseman, the owner of the Boise Hawks, wants to build a stadium and supporting commercial or residential space in Downtown Boise. That endeavor could borrow ideas from Project Jackson, the $180-million stadium and surrounding development that Eiseman is building in North Augusta, S.C., shown in this rendering. Provided by the city of North Augusta, S.C.

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