TNT Door & Millwork Inc. renewed their lease of 8,000 square feet of industrial space located at 11400 W. Executive Drive in Boise, Idaho. TNT Door & Millwork Inc. provides door & millwork fabrication.
St. Luke's Regional Medical Center, Ltd. leased office space located at 338 E. Bannock Street in Boise, Idaho.
Four Corners Computers leased 1,984 square feet of retail space in the Fairview/Milwaukee Plaza located at 1549 N. Milwaukee St. in Boise, Idaho. Four Corners Computers provides sales and service of computers, tablets and mobile devices.
We recommend reading three recent articles in the Idaho Business Review which detail interesting market movement in commercial real estate and also happen to involve several members of our brokerage team.
Article #1: The redevelopment of the Tenth & Main building, a project that we represent. You can read the IBR's reporting here.
BPM Investments, LLC purchased a 30,000 square foot industrial building located at 1602 Freedom Ave. in the Sky Ranch Business Park, Caldwell, Idaho.
Teen Challenge purchased a 14,314 square foot office building located at 1723 S. Horton Street in Nampa, Idaho.
Tyler Industries, Inc. leased 1,040 square feet of industrial space in Centurion Building C located at 2167 Centurion Place in Boise, Idaho. Tyler Industries provides custom manufacturing of computer components. Gavin Phillips and Chris Pearson, SIOR of Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate facilitated the transaction.
Rural Haze, LLC leased 3,092 square feet of space at 3621 E. Newby Street in Nampa, Idaho. Rural Haze provides sales of apparel and footwear. Chris Pearson, SIOR of Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate facilitated the transaction.
For years I've heard from people arriving in Boise from out-of-state, that they were shocked by the lack of urban living options in downtown. As of 2018, that is no longer a concern. There are now over 1,000 dwelling units under construction or planned in the downtown submarket. This is a big market indicator for retailers because these are the people who will be spending their money in this submarket with increasing frequency and will spread across more categories than the 9-5, M-F demographic which only works in downtown Boise.