July 30, 2020 – Construction begins on Phase 1 of AI Northside Industrial Park

July 30, 2020 – Construction begins on Phase 1 of AI Northside Industrial Park

Nampa, ID (July 30, 2020) Adler Industrial, LLC, a Boise-based industrial real estate development firm, breaks ground on a new industrial park. The first phase of AI Northside Industrial Park will include two best-in-class industrial buildings, totaling 280,000 sq. ft. A 32-foot ceiling clearance, ESFR sprinkler system and 200+ foot-wide truck court are a few of the many features that make this an efficient and productive environment for businesses with warehouse distribution requirements.

The AI Northside Industrial Park, located just one mile north of the I-84 interchange at Northside Blvd., boasts a prime location benefiting from the robust business environment of Nampa. Divisible to 28,000 sq. ft. and constructed with attention to details large and small, including: dock high dock doors with padding and load levelers, LED motion-sensored lighting, skylights, Cambridge ventilation systems and slab armor, AI Industrial Park 

will be an ideal location for a wide array of businesses to call home.

Inquiries regarding additional building specifications or space availabilities, contact Brad Miller or Mike Adler at 208-506-7170 or at adler-industrial.com. Adler Industrial is located at 10259 W Emerald Street, Ste. 100, 

Boise, Idaho 83704


Adler Industrial, Inc. is the market leader in Class A Industrial Real Estate, owning and operating 80 properties in the Boise market, consisting of 2.5 million square feet of existing buildings and 400+ acres of land for future development. The company provides a wide range of solutions to meet the needs of industrial real estate users in the market. 

Adler Industrial is a sister company of Adler Realty Investments, a firm established in 1996 with over $1 billion in properties acquired or in development since inception. Adler’s real estate portfolio currently consists of over 4 million square feet of existing industrial, office, retail and multi-family residential properties and an additional 3 million square feet of projects in planning or development throughout the western United States.