Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Snake River Landing to Host 3rd Annual Trick-or-Treat Street

The 3rd Annual Trick-or-Treat Street is coming to Snake River Landing in Idaho Falls!  The event will take place on October 30th from 3pm to 6 pm.  Think last year’s event was big? This year’s will be HUGE!  Over 50 ghoulishly fun RVs stocked with candy for your trick-or-treaters!

(For more information on Snake River Landing, including leasing information, please visit )

Sunday, October 18, 2009

The Equestrian Dream: Teton Saddleback Vistas [NAI Global PowerSale Property]

Check out the only first-class equine-specific development in the Teton Valley area:

For more information on Teton Saddleback Vistas, please contact NAI Commerce One / Jackson Hole broker Meagan Hill at (307) 734-8700.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

NAI Commerce One Brokers Hastings Relocation

Steven Keim of NAI Commerce One represented the landlord and secured the new Hastings lease in the center located on the Southeast corner of Holmes and 17th Street in Idaho Falls. Consummating the lease involved negotiations with current tenants which resulted in the relocation of both Ace Hardware and the UPS Store. Once the space was secured, delivery of the space entailed major renovations to the existing building. The building upgrades resulted a completely remodeled building that will serve the Landlord, the Tenant and the community for many years. In addition, Brent Butikofer and Steven Frei brokered the relocation of Ace Hardware which created yet another major building deal.

Related Story From KIDK--Hastings Employees Move to New Location

IDAHO FALLS - Most customers know the employees behind the counter at Hastings and those employees are taking on a new agenda for the week- moving.

"I've come in everyday, and everybody is just like, let's get it done let's go and everybody has just been working together, teamwork has just been exceptional and everybody has just been very upbeat ad excited to get into the new store,"

4-weeks into his new job at Hastings, Justin Christansen isn't behind a register, he's behind a dolly.

"I have learned a lot of new skills, I did not know how to use a pallet-jack and move things onto trucks, and take trucks over, but I'm learning a lot of new skills that I think are going to be very helpful in the future sometime. We're using all of our local employees, we're using temporary help, we're using some people from other stores that are coming out to help out and train,"

Hasting's shut its doors last Saturday and the new Hastings is just a few blocks down the road. it went from 13,000 square feet to 22, 000...Read the full article from KIDK here.

NAI Commerce One broker Brent Wilson represents the owner of the former Hastings space.  To learn more, download the flyer.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce "Roadway Ribbon Cutting"

Opening of Hitt Road

Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 1 pm
Corner of First Street & Hitt Road
Idaho Falls, ID

Idaho Falls Mayor Jared Fuhriman and members of the Idaho Falls City Council will officially open Hitt Road with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, October 7, 2009, at 1:00 p.m. The location of this event will be at the intersection of 1st Street and Hitt Road (on the Ammon - Idaho Falls border).  After introductory remarks by the assembled guests, the Mayor and Council will board a van to tour the newly constructed roadway.

Local business owner Dave Bell, who owns the Arctic Circle restaurant on the northeast corner of the intersection, is thrilled to have the work finally completed. The decrease in traffic during construction has resulted in lower sales for his restaurant, but he is hopeful that the improvements will benefit business in the long term.