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Greyhound Bus Facility to See New, Redeveloped Life in Boise

Once a Greyhound Bus facility in downtown Boise, Idaho, the 0.84-acre lot has been sold for redevelopment purposes. 

Cushman & Wakefield announced the sale of the downtown site, located at 1212 W. Bannock St. 

The land has been slated for redevelopment by the buyer, Pacific Partners Residential, Inc., a large developer and operator of market rate, multi-family residential communities throughout the western United States, according to a news release.

Curtis Cluff of Cushman & Wakefield and Matt Naumann of CBRE co-represented the buyer in the transaction. Jay Story of Story Commercial Real Estate represented the seller. The property sold for an undisclosed price.

A downtown location offers some interesting neighbors for the soon-to-be redeveloped land, including:

  • In an art deco building, downtown’s Boise Art Museum has contemporary works and an outdoor sculpture garden
  • The grand, sandstone Idaho State Capitol Building is nearby
  • The Old Idaho Penitentiary contains 19th-century prison cells and gallows, plus historic military weaponry
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