Tag: CCDC

Ash and River Apartments

Ash + River Apartments first Boise commercial project with deed-restricted affordable units

The new Ash + River Apartments on Ash St. in Boise wrapped up earlier this year. THe new complex is aimed at...

Could Nampa’s First Street South become like Boise’s Eighth Street?

In the last year, nearly 10 businesses have opened or are working to open on First Street South in downtown Nampa, marking...

Boise, CCDC respond to ACHD’s letter saying new urban renewal areas are illegal

In May, ACHD president Rebecca Arnold sent a strongly-worded letter to the Capital City Development Corporation and City of Boise. In it,...
5th Street power lines

“From 1978 to the current day:” CCDC, Idaho Power to bury some downtown power...

The Capital City Development Corporation is working on another project to get power lines off poles and into a trench.
Boise Bench urban renewal

Voices: Citizens gather to discuss and learn about proposal for urban renewal on Boise’s...

An engaged crowd of several hundred Boiseans gathered at South Jr. High Wednesday night to discuss plans for urban renewal on the...
Boise Library expansion

With library challenges mounting, CCDC pulls dollars from project due to ‘timing’

With delays on construction of a new Boise Public Library, CCDC is making a key change.

ACHD says it will fight new CCDC areas: says they are ‘gerrymandered,’ illegal

The president of the Ada County Highway District sent a strongly-worded, lengthy letter to the chairman of the Capital City Development Corporation...
Boisew Wayfinding

Downtown Boise’s wayfinding test ends, sign removed

For years, the Capital City Development Corporation worked on a project to install a series of signs to help people get around...
Block 7 alley Boise

Smelly alley near Downtown Boise bars set to get a makeover

Another Downtown Boise alley will get a spruce up. This time it's the stretch of pavement behind many Boise bars.

What does a small piece of Downtown Boise land have to do with Boise’s...

The Capital City Development Corporation board of directors voted during its monthly meeting to dispose of a small piece of property it...