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Apartment complex to be built on Federal Way near post office

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A large L-shaped piece of land near the United States Post Office is being graded ahead of development of a new apartment complex.

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The Skyline Apartments project will offer a number of units with views of southeast Boise and the foothills from the Federal Way and Targhee St. location.

Quick stats:

  • Nine apartment buildings
  • 7.89 acre site
  • 192 total units
    • 78 1-bedroom
    • 90 2-bedroom
    • 24 3-bedroom
  • Parking for 259 cars
  • Indoor bike storage
  • Clubhouse and outdoor pool

The project was originally announced in 2015, but delayed until final approval earlier this year.

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Don Day
Don is the founder and editor of BoiseDev. He is a National Edward R. Murrow Award winner and a Stanford University John S. Knight Fellow.

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