Apartments on Broadway Ave., W & NW Boise. Come near you

The latest proposed developments, housing and other construction projects, and new businesses around Idaho’s Treasure Valley:

Wooded

MVRK Development, based in Denver, wants to construct four buildings with 209 apartments in West Boise.

The apartment complex, named Ascent Overland, would have studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom units at 11880 W. Overland Road, near South Cloverdale Road. A house is currently on the site.

MVRK Development wrote, “Our goal is to create market-rate accessibility in high-quality-of-living markets.”

Plans call for 226 bicycle parking spaces, according to a letter sent to the city. The complex would include a fitness center, lounge, outdoor pool, indoor bike storage, dog park, outdoor courtyard, fire pit and a 10-foot-wide multi-use path along Overland Road.

MVRK Development is applying for a planned unit development, annexation/zoning and one general modification of the plan.

MVRK Development is also moving forward with construction plans 40 apartments on Broadway Avenue near Ivywild Park.

Ascent Broadway would have two buildings with three stories each. The development would include 29 one-bedroom apartments, 11 two-bedroom apartments, 48 ​​vehicle parking spaces and 54 bicycle parking spaces.

The development at 2312 S. Broadway Ave. would be next to a bus stop on broadway road.

MVRK is to apply for a design review hearing.

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This rendering shows a southeast view of the Ascent Broadway apartments offered by MVRK Development. North pivot architecture

Coeur d’Alene Developer Kyle Sales of Beegawk LLC Closes in on Construction 35 apartments in two buildings at 2408 S. Broadway Ave. in Southeast Boise.

Sales have requested a design review hearing for the Veazey Park apartments, according to a deposit with the city. On September 20, the Boise City Council denied an appeal for approval of the project by the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Neighbors objected to a reduction in parking. The development is close to bus stops, making it eligible for 37 parking spaces instead of 41.

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This rendering shows a potential future view of a 35-unit development at 2408 S. Broadway Ave. City of Boise

Capital City Development Corp., Boise’s urban renewal agency, is beginning to move forward with plans to transform West Grove Street.

The agency wants redevelop Grove Street between 9th and 16th Streets with streetscape improvements focused on multiple modes of transportation. The aim is to attract more people and economic activity to the area the agency calls the “linen blocks”.

In partnership with the City of Boise and the Ada County Highway District, Capital City Development Corp. applied for a grading permit to begin construction.

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Boise’s urban renewal agency, Capital City Development Corp., planned to transform the west side of Grove Street from 9th to 16th Street in downtown Boise. The agency wants to improve sidewalks and the street experience for pedestrians and cyclists. Capital Development Corporation

Meridian developer KPG Investment II LLC nears start of construction 224 apartments at 9474 W. State St. in Northwest Boise.

The development, named Matlock Village, is due to be presented to City Council at its 6 p.m. meeting on Tuesday, October 18. The developer asks for a rezoninga complete plan change And one call a condition imposed by the Planning and Zoning Commission. The condition requires a traffic light at the new intersection of Ulmer and State streets.

The rezoning would transform the property from a single-family residential area to a multi-family area. If approved, 43.5 units would be allowed per acre, rather than 2.1.

State Street has been identified by the city as a location where more housing should be built, as improved public transportation is planned along the street.

The development “will provide additional housing in an infill area close to existing transport networks and employment opportunities”, according to a letter delivered to the city in December. “The project configuration utilizes space while providing a density transition between the planned multi-family uses to the west and the existing single-family uses to the east.”

Governors of KPG Investment II include James L. Evans and Maureen Breakiron-Evans through a trust agreement, according to the company’s business registration with the Idaho Secretary of State. The address they provided appears to be a box at the Eagle post office.

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This elevation of the building shows a preliminary version of what the facade of Matlock Village might look like. City of Boise

Dunia marketa non-profit gift shop in Hyde Park, said it was looking for a new home after securing the price of its lease at 1609 N. 13th St., a store press release said.

The store is asking community members to share their thoughts on where it should open next complete a survey.

“While we are incredibly sad to leave our 27-year-old home, we currently have no intention of closing,” said store manager JamieLou Delavan. “Instead, we are using this unexpected opportunity as an exciting new chapter in our history.”

Dunia Marketplace said it must vacate its location by March 31.

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Dunia Marketplace is looking for a new storefront after being terminated for its lease in Hyde Park. Dunia market

Nampa

A warehouse and distribution center can come to Nampa along Northside Boulevard between Cherry Lane and Ustick Road.

Nampa Logistics Center LLC would eventually be a 140-acre industrial park. So far, the developer has just applied for approval for a single one-acre parcel. The parcel is located at 17293 Northside Blvd.

The logistics hub would be located on agricultural land that is “changing from agricultural land use to industrial uses”, according to The app.

The developer is LDK Ventures of Sacramento and is operated by Larry Kelley and his son, Denton Kelley, according to LDK website. The company has a meridian desk.

Nampa City Council approved the package on Monday, October 3.

Eagle

Gemshore Eagle RE LLC wants to build 70 houses on the south side of West Floating Feather Road, west of the intersection of North Cove Colony Way and West Floating Feather Road.

The Carp Ranch subdivision is said to be on 36 acres, according to a legal notice in the Idaho Statesman.

Gemshore Eagle RE is a San Rafael, California company managed by Nir Margalit and Andrew Reid, both of San Rafael.

The Eagle Planning and Zoning Commission is scheduled to hold a public hearing at 6 p.m. Monday, October 17 at City Hall.

Meridian

Mecca Gyma fitness and training centeropen at 2932 N. Eagle Road.

The 23,000 square foot gym will function as the company’s new headquarters, according to a press release from Zions Bank.

The gym reports having over 1,000 members in Treasure Valley.

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Mecca Gym CEO Eric Cafferty cuts the ribbon during a ceremony for a new location at Meridian. Jordan Mikal

This story was originally published October 5, 2022 11:59 a.m.

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