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Hundreds of houses, apartments in Meridian, Nampa, Boise, Kuna: What’s coming near you

Families flock to Kuna and businesses are growing

Just about anywhere you look in Kuna, a subdivision is right in front of you or on the horizon. Here is what Kuna residents think of the growth.
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Just about anywhere you look in Kuna, a subdivision is right in front of you or on the horizon. Here is what Kuna residents think of the growth.

The latest proposed developments, other construction projects and new businesses around the Treasure Valley:

Kuna

Jarron Langston of Boise is seeking to build a four-acre neighborhood called Mulberry Place, which would include 61 townhouses at the northwest corner of Crenshaw and Ten Mile roads.

Boise real estate development firm Rocky Mountain Cos. is seeking to build a 6,340 square-foot Primary Health medical clinic at 1474 N. Meridian Road, near the southwest corner of North Meridian and East Deer Flat roads.

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Rocky Mountain Cos. is applying to build a Primary Health medical center at at 1474 N. Meridian Road. Provided by Rocky Mountain Cos.

Meridian

Devco Development seeks to annex four acres in Boise’s area of impact into Meridian, plus 19 acres outside of Boise near the northwest corner of Eagle and Ustick Roads. The land would be used to build the Delano subdivision — 85 single-family homes and a three-story multifamily complex with 96 units, as well as a half-acre park. The apartments would face Eagle Road and be located near future commercial development.

Devo Development
The Delano subdivision would have 85 single-family homes and a three-story multifamily complex with 96 units, as well as a half-acre park. Providence Properties LLC

Nampa

Townhouses and a residential subdivision are planned for the southeast corner of West Karcher and Midway roads. Hubble Homes is asking to rezone 25 acres at 12203 W. Karcher Road to build lots of 7,000 square feet rather than 8,500 square feet and to rezone two acres from single-family residential to residential professional. The subdivision, called Brownstone Estates, would include 84 single-family homes and 14 four-plex lots for a total of 56 multifamily units.

Wolf Building Co. of Nampa is looking to annex and rezone an acre at 904 W. Greenhurst to build multiple single-family homes.

Roberta Konzek of Nampa is looking to split a parcel at 3500 E. Greenhurst Road for a single-family home in the front and possible multifamily units in the back, to be developed in the future.

Boise

Trilogy Idaho is seeking design review of the second phase of its Roe Street Townhouses project at 6058 N. Roe St., north of State Street and west of Gary Lane in northwest Boise. Sixty-six two-story homes are planned in 12 buildings. CBH Homes is the construction contractor and will handle sales.

Grace Anglican Church is seeking to build a new church at 2490 N. Milwaukee St., just north of West Northview Street. The proposed design includes the church building, a parish hall, meeting rooms and offices. Services are currently held at St. Mark Catholic School at 7503 W. Northview.

Eagle

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Mark Butler is applying to construct two commercial buildings in Eagle’s Old Town. Old Town I LLC

Old Town I, a company registered to Mark Butler of Eagle, is proposing to build two commercial buildings of about 6,000 square feet each on 2 acres at the southeast corner of North Echohawk Lane and East Hill Road at 22 S. Echohawk Lane. It would include 60 parking spaces.

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Kate reports on West Ada and Canyon County for the Idaho Statesman. She previously worked for the Louisville Courier-Journal, the Center for Investigative Reporting and the Providence Business News. She has been published in The Atlantic and BuzzFeed News. Kate graduated from Brown University with a degree in urban studies.

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Reporter John Sowell has worked for the Statesman since 2013. He covers business and growth issues. He grew up in Emmett and graduated from the University of Oregon.

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