Comings and Goings: The latest developments in the Treasure Valley
A Boise developer is banking on another building to add to it's portfolio.
The ceremonial unearthing of the ground took place Tuesday at pioneer crossing.
First Interstate Bank is opening a bank branch. The branch will be located in a new, five-story office building at Myrtle and 13th street.
The building will be 127 thousand square feet and open next May.
The building is a joint venture development by Gardner Company of Boise and ball ventures of Idaho Falls.
Gardner company has developed more than one million square feet in the Treasure Valley in the past eight years.
Meanwhile, Ball Ventures has about 2.7 million square feet of commercial space across 13 states.
In Meridian, Developer Jack Hammond is asking city leaders to re-zone 60 acres of land to consist of 59 homes with ten common lots.
The proposed neighborhood would be called "keep subdivision" and located at the southeast corner of east lake hazel road and south eagle road.
Our partners at the Idaho Press report the Kuna City Council is holding a public hearing for a proposed development at Deer Flat Road and North School Avenue.
Allterra Consulting wants to re-zone almost three and a half acres for residential and commercial buildings.
The land is currently vacant.
So mark your calendars. The public hearing is scheduled for next Tuesday, June 19th at 6 p.m. at Kuna City Hall.
That's located at 751 West 4th street.