Hachman Construction of San Rafael, California, seeks to build 14 townhouses in three buildings at 211 W. Highland St. The two-story units would have 846 square feet on each floor. Plans call for 28 parking spaces and 14 bicycle spaces.
Ball Ventures Ahlquist seeks to build a medical clinic at 3035 E. Barber Valley Drive. The one-story building would have 5,500 square feet and would include examination rooms, a waiting room and nursing station.
Children’s Therapy Place seeks to build a two-story building at 101 S. Allumbaugh Way. The building would have 18,294 square feet and include an outdoor playground. The company provides speech, language, occupational and physical therapy services, along with mental health counseling.
ALC Architecture seeks to build a self-storage complex at 1277 E. Exchange St. Plans call for four two-story buildings. Altogether, the complex would have 112,433 square feet.
Regal Edwards Boise theaters has applied to spend $200,000 to remodel one of its theaters at 7701 W. Overland Road. It plans to install a 4DX system featuring chairs that shake in time to action on the screen and that provides flashing lights, scents and smoke.
TruHIT Fitness, a franchise chains of gyms, leased 3,112 square feet in Seneca Springs Office Park, 50 Seneca Springs Way, reports Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate.
Marty Camberlango seeks to build a small subdivision on 3.3 acres south of East Hill Road and east of Hill’s intersection with North Edgewood Lane. It would consist of nine single-family homes.
Tim Eck seeks to annex and rezone 80 acres at the southwest corner of Ten Mile and Hubbard roads. The land would be divided in half — with 40 acres of commercial and 40 acres of residential housing.
BPM Investments, headed by Richard Bennett of Boise, bought a 10,632 square foot industrial building on two acres at 1854 E. Lanark St. in Meridian.