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Recent News

Boise Metro Chamber - 2022 Small Business of the Year & Chamber Excellence Awards Luncheon

After only 3 years in business in the Boise Metro Area, we were nominated as a finalist for The Small Business of the Year (Medium Sized) Award. Thank you to the Boise Metro Chamber for the recognition of the hard work of our team. We congratulate all the nominees and award winners from yesterday. It is great to be recognized as part of these great Boise area businesses and organizations.
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Nampa Booming Again with 4 New Industrial Sites

An exterior view of the Adler Industrial Park in Nampa. Photo by Pete Grady By: Kurt Orzeck – Idaho Business Review – April 19, 2022 Any conversation about Nampa inherently involves the word “growth.” But a more accurate description of the city, particularly from the perspective of its industrial expansion, would warrant the term “exploding.” In September, the Nampa Development Corporation (NDC) announced it had partnered with Adler Industrial LLC to develop a $10 million industrial park located in North Nampa. In January, Colliers said it had been assigned a leasing advisory for a new industrial site, Madison Logistics Center, just north of Karcher Road near the northside interchange in Nampa. That same month, Newmark Group Inc. announced it was awarded the exclusive leasing assignment for Boulevard Logistics on North Caldwell Boulevard. And earlier this month, Trammell Crow Company (TCC) announced it had broken ground on the Kings Road Commerce Center, the
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The Stow Company announces $143M investment in Adler Industrial Nampa park

The Stow Company rendering. Image provided by Adler Industrial Idaho Business Review By: IBR Staff March 1, 2022 The Stow Company announces $143M investment in Adler Industrial Nampa park Adler Industrial has announced that The Stow Company — creators of custom closet organizers and home organization systems — will begin construction on a new $143 million manufacturing facility in March of 2022. The facility will be located in Nampa, and construction will be completed in May of 2023. The new state-of-the-art facility will bring a minimum of 236 new jobs to the city, according to a recent press release. This will be Stow’s third location nationwide and will be the first development at Adler Industrial’s new 194-acre industrial park located in North Nampa along Midland Boulevard and Ustick Road. Headquartered in Holland, Michigan and established over 30 years ago, The Stow Company manufacturers a complete range of organization solutions that organize the
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Amazon.com Moves into Newly Constructed 143,000 SF Industrial Building in Meridian, Idaho

Adler Industrial is pleased to announce the completion of a new last-mile delivery station for Amazon.com at 2316 W. Franklin Road, Meridian, Idaho. This 143,000 SF state-of-the-art structure includes 682 van parking stalls with EV charging stations, 443 parking spaces, 15 loading docks, and six fast-track delivery doors. Amazon took occupancy on January 4, 2022. The new building was designed explicitly as a last-mile delivery station allowing Amazon to service population centers in Metro Boise, one of the fastest-growing cities in the country. https://adler-industrial.com/property/2136-w-franklin-rd-meridian-id/    
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Construction and New Developments in 2021

Photo courtesy of Ball Ventures Ahlquist By: Lauren Bonneau Idaho Business Review In January in Meridian, several multifamily developments set their footprint at the Ten Mile and Franklin roads intersection — 12 Oaks at Ten Mile, The Franklin at Ten Mile and The Lofts —and several got started at the beginning of the year. Also in January, Gardner Company finalized the purchase of 72-acre Nampa Gateway Center. In February, Scentsy announced its plans to add two warehouses to its 73-acre Scentsy Commons campus off of Pine Avenue and to expand its existing fragrance oil storage building and accommodate growth — with all facilities expected to be finished and operational by spring 2022. Cooling system plumbing in the new central plant for St. Luke’s Medical Center in Boise. Photo by Catie Clark. In March, St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center invited the Idaho Business Review (IBR) on a tour of its three just-completed buildings: a shipping and receiving building, physical plant and parking garage,
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