Boise Funeral Home considers reusing portions of its large lot

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With the Boise area booming, we’re seeing new and different uses for land and buildings. Cycle shops in old car washes. Houses in former churches. Flower shops in gas stations.

Now, the owner of a Boise funeral home hopes to repurpose some land for a new use.

The owner of Boise Funeral Home Aclesa Chapel listed portions of its large 3-acre site on commercial real estate site LoopNet. The large site includes the funeral home business building set back from Fairview, with a large mostly-empty lot behind. It sits in an increasingly dense area of Boise, adjacent to retail uses, car dealerships, and apartments along Fairview Ave.

“Only interested in making what is in place better and put the C2D (Zoned) ground to better us than….. green grass on Fairview Ave. and a dirt field,” the listing said of the property.

The owner also said they’ve turned down uses like Dutch Bros. and a used car lot.

“Prefer a high dollar low traffic use such as dentist office, real estate office, professional office, florist, etc. No low dollar high traffic uses.”

The owner also said in the listing that they are considering an apartment complex use in the rear of the property.

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