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New senior living community planned for Barber Valley

 Rendering via Aspen Valley Senior Living
Rendering via Aspen Valley Senior Living

A new senior living community is planned for Barber Valley.

The 66-unit senior living apartment complex is set to be built on E. Warm Springs Ave. near old Eckert Rd, adjacent to an existing Idaho Power substation. 

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Aspen Valley Senior Living would feature 48,386 feet of space with parking behind the building.

Features include a bistro, dining hall, salon, library, theater, activity room, outdoor kitchen and more.

The project already has quietly worked its way through the City of Boise’s approval process and is awaiting a building permit for construction.

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