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Kount to Tenth: See inside local tech company’s 100-year-old HQ

Growing Boise fraud and risk management software startup Kount cut the ribbon on its new headquarters downtown Thursday.

The company moved into the 100-year-old Langroise Building last month after a top to bottom remodel. Sawtooth Development spearheaded the project to bring life to the vacant four-story building. It even added a fifth story and rooftop deck with sweeping foothills views.

The interior mixes the original concrete structure with modern touches.

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The ground floor features a variety of retail tenants, including Neckar Coffee, Good Burger, Bodega Boise and a forthcoming wine shop.

Kount employs 160 people and moves from space it outgrew on Lusk St. near the Boise River.

“Kount is a homegrown Idaho company, and we are proud to cheer them on as they continue down a path of expansion,” Gov. Brad Little said in a statement provided by Kount. “Companies like Kount are creating jobs and demonstrating that Idaho is a place where innovation thrives.”

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Don Dayhttp://linkedin.com/in/donday
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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