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

Garden City

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Cory Swain is looking to build 72 townhouses in Garden City between Mountain View Drive and Chinden Boulevard. neUdesign Architecture

Cory Swain is looking to build 72 townhouses northwest of the intersection of Mountain View Drive and North Glenwood Street. The property is located within a mixed-use zoning district.—

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Jack L. Benson of Boise seeks to build an apartment complex called Sleepy Hollow on a 3-acre site at 9555 W. State St. The complex would include 44 three- and two-bedroom apartments spread across four buildings. The property is within the C-2 zoning district and the residential low-density designation of the comprehensive plan.

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Urban Land Development, owned by developer Hannah Ball of Garden City, is asking the City Council to approve a specific area plan for 34th Street, Carr Street, Clay Street, Chinden Boulevard, Osage Street and 33rd Street along the Greenbelt. The plan would feature mixed-use buildings near the Boise River and Whitewater park, plus townhomes south of N. Carr St. Most of the land to be developed is owned by an LLC managed by Ball and Richard Phillips of Boise.

Other parcels are owned by Jerry Ahlberg of Boise and Dana Kevin Bowes. The plan anticipates 203 new residential apartments plus 116,200 square feet of commercial space. It would also feature some bike- and pedestrian-only corridors between major streets. The City Council will consider the project at its July 8 meeting.

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The Garden City City Council will consider an update to its comprehensive plan , which was last adopted in 2006, during its next council meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday, July 8 at City Hall, 6015 N Glenwood St.

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The FCI Group is looking to open an American Family Care urgent-care clinic in a building at 6965 N. Glenwood St., formerly home to a Mattress Firm store.

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Rocky Mountain Real Estate Development is looking to build new medical offices at the intersection of Horseshoe Bend Road and W. Carlton Bay Dr. Trey Hoff Architecture

Rocky Mountain Real Estate Development is looking to build a two-story, 21,000-square-foot building at the intersection of Horseshoe Bend Road and West Carlton Bay Drive. It would include offices for Miracle Ear, a hearing aid company, according to plans filed with the city.


The Meridian Planning and Zoning Commission held a hearing last week on a 52-acre project that would include a new Topgolf-style entertainment center , a new headquarters for the Idaho Central Credit Union, a hotel, restaurants, and a medical office south of I-84 off Eagle Road. The developer, BVA, is seeking to have a preliminary plat for the project, called Eagle View Landing, approved by the commission so it can move forward with construction.

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Best View Construction is looking to build 150 apartment units in Meridian on South Eagle Road . The parcel is currently zoned agricultural, which the developer, Gavin King, hopes to rezone for high-density apartments.

Construction is starting soon on eight 12-unit apartments at 3104 Venable Lane off of Ustick Road between North Meridian Road and North Linder Road. The developer is Phoenix Commercial Construction of Nampa.

Rock Harbor Church is building a $7 million church at 6437 N. Tree Haven Way, near the northwest corner of Black Cat Road and Highway 20 in North Meridian. The church now offers services at Rocky Mountain High School, 5450 N. Linder Road.

The Village at Meridian is getting a new tenant: A Vans shoe store is moving into the space formerly occupied by the Walla Walla Clothing Co., 3597 E. Monarch Sky Lane. Renovations to the space are estimated to cost $280,000, according to a city building permit.

Mike O’Neill is opening To Have and to Hold Tattoo, a tattoo parlor , at 1240 E. Fairview Ave, near the northwest corner of Fairview Avenue and North Locust Grove Road.

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Jeremy Adams plans to start construction soon at 1322 E. Watertower St. on a 10,980-square-foot, two-story manufacturing building for his company, Excalibur Metal Design. The building will house a metal workshop, a conference room and showroom, and a mezzanine with a viewing area looking down to the production floor.

The Energy Enterprise Group , an electrical installation company, is building a two-story, 9,950-square-foot office building worth $1.8 million at 551 5th Ave. SW, south of Franklin Road and west of South Meridian Road. The project will include an adjacent 2,900 square feet of covered parking.


Dean Anderson of Meridian has asked to build 90 new luxury apartments on a four-acre parcel at 1414 E. Karcher Road, near the intersection of Karcher and Franklin roads. The three-story apartments would be spread across five buildings and include a dog park, gazebo and picnic area, a firepit and walking paths. Anderson is also developing the Orchard Loft Apartments at 337 W. Orchard Ave.

Middleton infill developer Best View Construction , owned by Gavin King, is looking to build apartments on a 3-acre parcel at 525 E. Greenhurst Road. That would require the Nampa City Council to approve a change on the future land use map from low-density residential to high-density residential. The apartments would include 40 units spread across 10 buildings, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, sized at about 1,100 square feet each.

This isn’t King’s first attempt to get the project moving. In 2017, King applied to annex the properties into the city as high-density residential, which the City Council denied. A report by Nampa staff suggested that the change would be incompatible with nearby land uses, which are mostly medium-density.

Royal Pro-C Equities is applying to the city for a conditional use permit to operate an RV park with 178 spaces on 12 acres at Northside Boulevard and Shannon Drive. The land was previously a part of the private Broadmore Golf Course. The park would include a clubhouse, pool, mail room, laundry area, snack bar and sports courts.

Solsbury Hill Land Co. is applying to rezone a 2-acre parcel at 1504 Garrity Blvd. from limited multi-family residential to light industrial. The property was originally owned by Nampa as part of the former Snake River Stampede complex. Pipeco bought the property after the Stampede relocated to the Idaho Center. In a report, city staffers wrote that they did not know when and why the parcel was originally zoned for residential and how Pipeco was allowed to operate in the building. Pipeco is now looking to build a new building there to replace the one it bought from Nampa.

Adler Industrial, an industrial vacuuming company, is looking to annex and rezone 4 acres at 16317 N. Madison Road to light industrial. The property is owned by Volante Investments of Meridian.


DB Development of Eagle and Epic Realty of Meridian are starting construction on a 207-house subdivision called Cazador. The subdivision, located south of I-84 off Ten Mile Road, will be built in four phases. The first phase will include 47 houses and is set to be completed this fall, with homes priced around $350,000. The subdivision will also include a swimming pool and a small playground.


CBH Homes of Meridian is seeking a permit to build four townhouses at 11356 W. King St., in the Ambleside subdivision. The two-story units would have entry porches and two-car garages in the alley.

The city of Boise issued a permit to St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center for construction of a shipping and receiving building at 330 N. 2nd St. The two-story building will include a basement and 33,801 square feet. It will cost an estimated $18.3 million. Information from

St. Luke’s Health System obtained a permit to make repairs at its office building at the Washington Group Plaza, 720 Park Boulevard. The project involves repairs to sidewalks, concrete ramps, handrails and stairs. The work is estimated to cost $500,000. The building is where St. Luke’s set up its “virtual hospital.”

AceCo Precision Manufacturing Co. received a permit to build an office, manufacturing and storage building at 924 W. McGregor Court. The two-story building will have 94,031 square feet. Information from

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