Each month, the City of Boise issues a construction report rounding up trends, data and notable permits.
The report for April lists nine notable projects worth over $1 million – and five of those are for medical projects, many of them from St. Luke’s Health System.
BoiseDev noted many of these projects earlier in the development process, but in all the April permits account for more than $77-million in construction costs in Boise alone.
The five medical permits listed below represent 68% of the total value of all commercial construction permits issued in Boise for the month of April.
- St Luke’s downtown Central Plant – 111 W. State St
- $39,055,059 permit value.
- 75,410 square foot building.
- Includes a replacement for the current ‘central plant’ services building, plus below-ground pedestrian walkway and storage room.
- This project is connected to the garage below and a future medical office plaza building.
- St Luke’s downtown parking garage – 111 W. State St.
- $25,506,362 permit value.
- 383,805 square foot garage.
- The garage will have storage for 1,130 cars and 63 bikes, with two levels below-ground and five levels above ground.
- This project is connected to the central plant and a future medical office plaza building.
- St Luke’s west downtown parking garage – 2619 W. Fairview Ave.
- $10,000,000 permit value.
- 107,050 square foot garage.
- Though it has not publicly announced the project, St. Luke’s is working on a large medical facility on the west side of Downtown Boise at 27th St. and Fairview Ave. This permit is for a five-level garage with storage for 571 cars and 68 bikes.
- St. Luke’s Integrated Health Technologies offices – 800 E. Park Blvd.
- $1,547,112 permit value.
- 27,139 square foot remodel.
- The health system will remodel the entire third floor of the Washington Group Plaza on Park Blvd. for use by its integrated health technologies unit.
- Saint Alphonsus surgery clinic – 1072 N. Liberty St.
- $1,072,218 permit value
- 7,962 square foot remodel.
- Saint Alphonsus will renovate a portion of the third floor of its Mulvaney Medical Building for use as a general surgery clinic.