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CVS continues plans for Boise push near Boise State

Plans for another CVS store have been filed with the City of Boise – the second planned location on the drawing board.

In April, BoiseDev was first to report on a planned location at Fairview Ave. & Cole Rd.

The store would be constructed at Capitol Blvd. and University/Ann Morrison Park Blvd.  It would replace a current small strip mall which contains Subway, Tree City Smoothie, and Subway.  That building itself is less than ten years old, and replaced a former Phillips 66 gas station on the site. The fate of those businesses is not currently known.

The new CVS would be just larger than 13,000 square feet and include parking for 64 vehicles.  The building would be built toward Capitol Blvd. It would include a drive-through for drugs on the go.

The building is winding its way through the City of Boise’s permit process.

 

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Don has been covering news in Boise for 20 years. He is a National Edward R. Murrow Award winner and a Stanford University John S. Knight Fellow.

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