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North End wine shop set for outdoor expansion

The Boise Co-Op’s wine shop building is set to get a facelift.

The building’s owner applied to revamp the property – and add a large covered patio outside of the win shop along Fort St. The new area would allow seating for about 18 people along the building.

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The rest of the building facade is set to get an upgrade, with new paint, signage and wood-textured embellishment.

The building, constructed in 1962, originally housed a variety of small neighborhood shops. For years it housed Jim’s Coffee Shop, which featured a distinctive rooster on the roof. The shop closed in 2016, and the rooster found a new home.

West Bench shopping center to get makeover, cookies

California-based investment company Elevate Commercial bought a 29,000-square-foot shopping center in Boise for $1.86 million Sept. 9.The property,...

Tavern at Bown, Tavern Downtown – and now Tavern in Eagle

The Treasure Valley will soon have a third Tavern restaurant.Construction is about to wrap up on the Tavern...

Boise’s first skyscraper up for sale

The historic Hoff Building is nearly 100 years old, and could soon have a new owner.

Historic ‘world’s largest’ Ponderosa Pine to be removed in Kathryn Albertson Park revamp

A 500-year-old cross-section of the so-called "World's Largest Ponderoa" in a Boise park will soon be no more."Unfortunately,...