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Construction crews started work on a large new building near I-84 late this fall. The 10,990 square foot warehouse on Hackamore Dr. will provide a large expansion for Shadows.

The building will give the custom apparel manufacturer a new, larger space for design, production, and sales.

“There is an exterior patio adjacent to the breakroom with an overhead garage door that allows natural light and natural ventilation to circulate the space as well as combine the indoor and outdoor environments,” Amanda Ryan with BRS Architects wrote in an application letter this summer.

[Large project set for high-profile site off Broadway & I-84]

The building includes a design showroom and large production space, as well as employee and customer parking.

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You might know Shadows for its custom embroidery and screenprinting work – you’ve probably seen their products all over town.

The company currently operates out of a smaller facility along Wright St. near the Boise Airport. City of Boise officials continue rolling out a multi-year master plan which will transform much of the area around Shadows’ current site.

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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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