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March 2018

Found 5 blog entries for March 2018.

Things to Do in Boise ID in April | Boise April Events

April in Boise is the perfect month to start getting outside and enjoying the Boise recreation scene. The average temperatures creep into the mid-60s during the day, flowers start blooming, and everyone gets ready to take in some much-needed vitamin D. There’s plenty to do in Boise this month, whether you’re ready to take on the outdoors again or if you’re looking to stay inside and experience a ballet or jazz performance. Add these must-do activities to your April agenda.

AutoCross SCCA Solo Event | Snake River Region SCCA

April 1, 21, and 22

Fancy an adrenaline rush? Enter yourself and your hot rod into the Snake River Region SCCA’s April AutoCross events, or come along as a spectator. It’s free to watch, or you can race for a small fee.

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How Smart Is Your Home?

There was a time not so long ago when smart home technology was cost prohibitive and unrealistic for the average homeowner or apartment dweller. But as with any technological change, smart home gadgets have become increasingly affordable and practical as they move into the mainstream.

You don’t have to dive into the deep end to start making your home more convenient and safe, either: you can dip your toe in with a few inexpensive, easy-to-install devices. Here are our tips for easing into smart home technology. Fair warning, though: once you start incorporating a few of these devices into your house, you’re likely to quickly become addicted to the fun, function, and convenience of a smart home.

Stay Cool (or Warm) Wirelessly: Smart Thermostats

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Downtown Boise Building Projects: New Condos, Lofts & Apartments

The Downtown Boise skyline is always in flux as new apartment buildings, hotels, and retail spaces go up. You’ve probably noticed how cranes and building crews have become a familiar sight throughout downtown for the past several years. The new construction isn’t ending anytime soon, and whether you’re looking to update your address to an urban condo or just wondering what’s coming to Boise this year, you’ll find the scoop here.

The Fowler

The Fowler, 505 W Broad St - Downtown Boise, ID

505 W Broad St, Boise, ID 83702

The Fowler Apartments at 5th and Broad Street near Trader Joe’s has already earned some traffic with its addition of much-needed parking, a pizza restaurant (The Wylder), and a coffeehouse (Form & Function). The Fowler is one of several new apartment buildings downtown to

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Scarce Listings Push Boise Home Prices to New Highs

Median home prices throughout Ada County shattered records last month as the Treasure Valley real estate market continues its relentless upward trend.

Boise’s median single-family home price rose to $275,000 in February, up $19,000 from the previous all-time high set just last month.

The median house cost in Ada County soared to $297,500, an increase of $18,000 from the prior months high.

In a rare divergence, Canyon County prices climbed just $550 to $195,000, albeit also a new record.

The total number of homes in Ada County dropped to a 1.27 month supply, while inventory in Canyon County decreased to 1.38 months. As we have seen over the last four years, more homes are selling every month than new homes are being listed.

Again this

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Boise Historic Neighborhoods & Districts

Did you know Boise boasts six beautiful residential neighborhoods on the historical register?

Some of the most sought-after locations for homebuyers, many of the historic districts in Boise are near downtown, offering short commutes, high walkability, desirable amenities and local flair. Whether you are looking for Queen Anne cottage, a Craftsman bungalow, or the perfect Colonial Revival style home, you’ll see a wide array of gorgeous examples in Boise's historic neighborhoods.

Many, such as Harrison Boulevard, are also a vibrant part of the Boise community. On Halloween, you’ll notice Harrison blocked off to allow lines of trick-or-treaters to visit the historic houses. The Christmas lights every year on Warm Springs Avenue are a delight to

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