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Hundreds of houses. A new school. What’s coming near you in Boise, Nampa, Caldwell, Star

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

Boise

Ball Ventures Ahlquist has applied to build two 2-story buildings with about 36,000 square feet each at the Boise Research Center, at 12417 W. Ashcreek St. Each building could accommodate 12 tenants, with 3,000 square feet per tenant.

Strider Group, LLC is applying to build two industrial flex-use warehouse buildings on 7.3 acres west of 2201 S. Cole Road. The warehouses would be 20,000 square feet and 25,000 square feet.

Nampa

The city of Nampa is buying the First Interstate Bank Building at 500 12th Ave S., where it plans to move its development services staff. The Economic Development Department would move from its current location at 9 12th Ave S. in downtown Nampa.

Caldwell

Mike Mussell of Mussell Construction Inc. seeks to build a new school called the Mosaic Charter School on an 11-acre lot at the southeast corner of Lincoln and Mason roads. Mussell told the Statesman that the school will feature a science-based curriculum for about 400 students from kindergarten to eighth grade.

Caldwell will get an Epic Shine Car Wash at 5912 Cleveland Blvd, according to BuildZoom.

Star

M3 Cos. is applying to build a mixed-use development at the southeast intersection of Highway 16 and State Street. The property is now farmland. The subdivision would include 145 acres with 267 single-family homes.

Todd Campbell Construction of Boise is looking to annex and rezone 16 acres at the northeast corner of Pollard Lane and Floating Feather Road. The development would include 43 single-family residential lots at a density of 2.75 dwelling units per acre.

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.If you like seeing stories like this, please consider supporting our work with a digital subscription to the Idaho Statesman.
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