With the economy recovering, demand for Foothills homes is soaring, and some people who already live there aren’t happy about the projects. This piece of land on Chardie Road was zoned for residential development just before Boise’s Foothills ordinance went into effect. Now, it is part of the 57-home Highlands Cove development that has rankled people who live in the Highlands Neighborhood.
With the economy recovering, demand for Foothills homes is soaring, and some people who already live there aren’t happy about the projects. This piece of land on Chardie Road was zoned for residential development just before Boise’s Foothills ordinance went into effect. Now, it is part of the 57-home Highlands Cove development that has rankled people who live in the Highlands Neighborhood. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
With the economy recovering, demand for Foothills homes is soaring, and some people who already live there aren’t happy about the projects. This piece of land on Chardie Road was zoned for residential development just before Boise’s Foothills ordinance went into effect. Now, it is part of the 57-home Highlands Cove development that has rankled people who live in the Highlands Neighborhood. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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