Townhouses, homes, rentals, restaurants: Coming to Boise ID

The latest proposed developments, other construction projects and new businesses around Idaho’s Treasure Valley:


A complex of 36 townhouses, The Lofts at The Village, has opened at 3543 E. Tecate Lane – and it’s already for sale.

“This extremely well-located asset is nestled between the shopping, entertainment and relaxation of Village at Meridian and the beautiful green spaces of Kleiner Park,” says Colliers, a commercial real estate agency, in a flyer for investors.

Owned by developer Chad Olsen Envision 360 Inc., the townhouses are three-story units for rent. A three-bedroom, 1,400-square-foot townhouse has been listed recently for $ 2,000 per month.

Colliers declined to disclose an asking price for the resort in its flyer.

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The Lofts at The village, a 36 townhouse complex offered for rent at 3543 E. Tecate Lane near The Village at Meridian, opened in 2021 and has just hit the market. Provided by Colliers via LoopNet

Providence Properties LLC is seeking to build a Allotment of 108 houses about a third of a mile south of Chinden Boulevard on the east side of McDermott Road.

The subdivision, Prescott Ridge, would be on 27.4 acres.

Meridian city council is due to hear the proposal at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan.25, at city hall.

Foundation Supportworks of Idaho seeks to build a office and warehouse at the central meridian.

The 6,110 square foot office building would be located at 368 E. Franklin Road. The accompanying warehouse would have 9,920 square feet, depending on the application.

According to the company’s Facebook page, Foundation Supportworks specializes in residential and commercial foundation repair.

A national chain is looking to open a restaurant in Meridian.

The 7,818 square feet Restaurant of the Jardin des Oliviers would be at 1399 W. Chinden Blvd., just east of Linder Road.

The project would include parking, landscaping and a dump pen on 1.4 acres, the app says.

Tosu Ramen & Sushi has leased 1,712 square feet of retail space in the Ten Mile Mall on South Vanguard Way, reports TOK Commercial.

The CSHQA, an architectural firm, requested on behalf of a company the construction of a Epic Shine Car Wash at 151 W. Overland Road.


A complex of five buildings with 18 apartments is scheduled at 941 Davis Ave.

Taylor Jene Homes Davis Avenue Apartments were unanimously approved on Jan. 3 by Nampa City Council.

The complex would include four buildings of four plexes and a duplex.

Area residents were concerned about traffic on Midland Boulevard. The project is located on the east side of Midland. The council said the city will tackle traffic infrastructure issues.

Sacramento Developer LDK companies announced its intention to inaugurate a three-storey building in March industrial development at an unassigned address on Madison Avenue, just north of Karcher Road.

The complex of three buildings, called the Madison Logistics Center, is said to have 345,000 square feet, distributed evenly among the three buildings. The buildings are expected to be ready by January 2023.

LDK Ventures previously purchased the old Shopko warehouse at 1001 E. Gowen Road in Boise. It was leased last year by AZEK, a Chicago-based company that makes building materials.

The Nampa project was announced by Colliers.

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Render of one of the three buildings that will make up the Madison Logistics Center on Madison Avenue in Nampa. The three buildings that will make up the complex will each have 115,008 square feet. Sacramento developer LDK Ventures has announced plans to lead the way in March, with construction to be completed by January 2023. Provided by LDK Ventures


A new mall is under construction.

SH69 Holdings LLC applied to divide 41 acres on the west side of Meridian Road into a north and south side, the north being 24 acres and the south being 16. The developer said in its application that the division would allow the development of a mall. on the south plot.

SH69 Holdings is expected to return to city council with a development request for the mall.

The property is located at 1925 N. Meridian Road.

Kuna City Council is due to hear the proposal at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan.4 at City Hall.


Biltmore Co., a Meridian homebuilding company, plans to build 70 to 80 apartments in one Complex units at 300 N. Orchard St., between Emerald and Franklin streets on the bench.

The company held a pre-application meeting with town planners on January 6.

Ahrens DeAngeli Law Group has plans for the construction of a office building at 3244 E. Barber Valley Drive.

Plans request that the building be one story, nearly 27 feet high, with 10,760 square feet of space. BVD LLC is listed as the owner of the project on an application to the city.

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This rendering shows a future office building for Ahrens DeAngeli Law Group at 3244 E. Barber Valley Drive. City of Boise

A sixth Black Rock Coffee could arrive in the Boise area.

Jay Gibbons, an urban planner with the South Beck and Baird landscape architecture firm who represents the developer, applied build a land of 1,930 square feet Coffee with a driving window at 3691 N. Harbor Lane. The project is called Black Rock Coffee.

Legendary Pizza LLC has leased 1,601 square feet of retail space at Five Mile Plaza at 10346-10500 W. Overland Road, reports TOK Commercial.

Jeff Mauzy, owner of Apex Auto Remarketing LLC, offers open a car dealer at 5330 W. Morris Hill Road.

In a letter, Mauzy wrote that wholesale automobiles would be the primary business and that there could be five to ten vehicles on display at the location at any given time.

Aptive Environmental, Inc., a national organization pest control company, has leased 1,458 square feet of retail space at 1033 S. Broadway Ave., Colliers reports.

Garden city

A developer seeks to build 23 townhouses near the Boise River.

The Garden City Design Review Committee is expected to consider an application on Tuesday, Jan. 18 from Marty Pieroni of Treasured Communities Inc. to build the townhouses at 511 E. Remington St. as part of the proposed RiverPath subdivision.

Reports included in the nomination file indicated that the site had four mobile homes, which have since been scrapped.


the Caldwell Industrial Airport has a new name, the Treasure Valley Executive Airport at Caldwell.

Caldwell City Council voted to change the name of the city-owned airport to reflect its growth into a regional business airport.

The airport has more hangars, more base planes, and more take-off and landing operations than any other airport in Idaho, regardless of its size, the city said in a press release.


Unbuilt land is expensive in Ada County, where the average price per acre earthen for business development is approaching $ 600,000, says Colliers.

The Ada County average is $ 574,248 per acre, up 27% from $ 451,333 a year ago. The Canyon County average is $ 339,143, up 8.4% from $ 312,826 a year earlier.

Among other things, such money can help some farmers finance comfortable pensions by selling their land to developers.

Almost 4,000 single-family home building permits were issued in Ada County in 2020, and half as many in Canyon, Colliers reported.

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Land prices continue to rise in Ada and Canyon counties. These are the average prices of land sold for commercial purposes, including the development of residential subdivisions, in the fourth quarter of 2021, said Colliers, the commercial real estate agency. Colliers Idaho 21Q4 Land Report

Suez bought Eagle Water Co. December 31 for $ 10.5 million. The purchase added 4,200 water customers serving the company in the Treasure Valley.

Suez plans to increase water prices for Eagle Water customers over time. In 2022, according to the company, the average water bill of existing residential customers is expected to increase by:

  • $ 7.13 per month (less than 24 cents per day) in 2022
  • $ 4.37 per month (less than 15 cents per day) in 2023
  • $ 3.41 per month (almost 11 cents per day) in the years 2024-2028

For Eagle Water commercial customers, the average monthly rate will increase by:

  • $ 40.23 per month ($ 1.34 per day) in 2022
  • $ 17.76 per month (less than 60 cents per day) in 2023
  • $ 13.85 per month (46 cents per day) in the years 2024-2028

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