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Did you know that in 2020, Boise was one of the most moved to cities in the country? According to hireahelper.com, "Four times as many people moved into Boise, ID than left it".  What makes Boise a desirable place to live?  Downtown Boise is booming. New construction is all over the area. The Zions Bank building, completed in 2014, is the tallest building in the state and sits at the city's center. Locally sourced food and drink dominate the summer patio scene. Boise's residents may spend their days enjoying nature, but they fill their evenings dining on locally sourced cuisine, enjoying an opera performance and sipping delicious cocktails. Boise is growing quickly but still retains it's "small town" feel. The city is great for both families and young professionals looking for a safe and exciting place to live.  About 45 min from Boise is Bogus Basin where locals enjoy skiing with a great view of the city. During the winter also enjoy snow shoeing or winter tubing. The summer also has fun activities like hiking, horse back riding and mountain biking. You can even take the mountain coaster through the forest. Boise is home to the largest Basque Community in the United States. The Basque Center in downtown Boise has restaurants that serve traditional Basque cuisine. The Basque Museum and Cultural Center is full of history of their people and cultural practices. Jaialdi (Basque Festival) is held in Boise every five years. So if you enjoy learning about other cultures, Boise is a great place to be.  Idaho's capital sits squarely on the boundary of urban and rural, civilized and wild, refined and raw. Yes, there are wilder places. Yes, there are more urbane places. But Boise is a good place to live if you enjoy easy access to both. read more
Welcome to the "Trinity"! This single level is a MUST SEE! The Trinity boasts abundant natural light throughout, warmth and rustic charm accentuate the well thought out floor plan, large living and gourmet kitchen for the family that loves entertaining, a luxury master suite with access to the relaxing outdoor patio and a Theater room that’s perfect for the movie enthusiast.  Timeless detail and Master Craftsmanship bring this HOME, home to you!   read more
Meridian was ranked the 6th fastest growing city in the nation at 48.3 percent growth in 2019, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s population estimates released May 21, 2020.  Meridian was also Idaho’s fastest-growing city with a population increase of 7,700 and it continues to be the second largest city in the state for the third year with a population of 129,600, the release said. Boise remains the largest city with a population of 229,993. According to the release, 90 percent, or 181, of Idaho’s cities experienced population gains over the year while six Idaho communities lost population. The population losses were small with American Falls experiencing the largest drop of 37 people. The remaining 19 communities saw no change. There were only 48 cities that experienced growth greater than or equal to the state’s growth rate of 2.2 percent. In Idaho 3.5 percent of the cities had a population of more than 50,000 — Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Caldwell and Coeur d’Alene — while nationwide only 3.9 percent of all incorporated cities had a population of greater than 50,000. read more