Boise & Garden City

70 apartments planned next to Tree City Church, near Eagle and Ustick

A rendering of the 70-apartment building planned near the corner of Ustick and Eagle roads in West Boise.
A rendering of the 70-apartment building planned near the corner of Ustick and Eagle roads in West Boise.

Developer Pacific Partners Residential filed an application and other paperwork Wednesday to build 70 apartments on 2.43 acres at 13450 W. Baldcypress St., just east of Eagle Road and north of Ustick Road on Boise’s western edge.

Tree City Church, located just northwest of the parcel, owns the land. According to a letter the project’s architect filed with the city of Boise, the development would have one four-story building. It would include four studio apartments of 503 square feet, 20 one-bedroom units measuring 692 square feet and 46 two-bedroom apartments of 989 square feet.

Each unit would have its own patio. A total of 125 parking spaces would accompany the building.

The building would include a courtyard, fourth-floor community garden, fire pit, a variety of sitting and leisure spaces and a pool, according to the architect’s letter.

“These areas will serve to create locations for residents to spend time engaging in civic dialogue and participate in their community,” the letter reads.

Affinity at Boise, a large senior-living apartment complex, is just west of the proposed new project.

It’s unclear how much the project will cost or when construction will begin. Efforts to contact the developer were unsuccessful.

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