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Boise is the largest city in and capital of Idaho. It’s home to around 225,000 people and straddles the Boise River. The city began and Fort Boise and gradually grew around the fort to become the state capital. The modern city is a real mix of Pacific Northwest and Rocky Mountains with a character all of its own.
The economy is a real mix of industries and is home to some notable company headquarters. There is no one dominant industry here, more of a spread across industries that provides a relatively stable base.
Corporate housing in Boise is mainly furnished apartments and condos. There are townhomes around too. All are fully equipped, include all utilities and are maintained ready for your arrival.
Boise’s economic base grew from agriculture and while there is still some food and agri-industries here, they aren’t the only major employer. It’s a solid mix that helps provide a range of opportunities and the stability required of a modern city.
Major employers in Boise include Boise State University, St. Luke’s Health System, Micron Technology, Inc., Saint Alphonsus Health System, Walmart, Albertsons, LLC, HP Inc, J.R. Simplot Company, Fred Meyer, Idaho Power Company, Wells Fargo Bank, Citi Corp, McDonald’s, Ataraxis, Inc, Blue Cross of Idaho, DirecTV, Jacksons Food Stores, Xerox/WDS Global and Teleperformance.
If you’re flying into Boise, you will likely land at Boise Airport (BOI) a few miles south of the city. It handles most domestic airlines. It is linked to the city via a bus route.
Greyhound, Northwestern Trailways, Salt Lake Express and Autobus Los Paisanos all run bus services into Boise.
Road links include I-84, I-184 and State Highway 55. Local routes take care of everything else.
With lovely surroundings, lots of great architecture and a relatively healthy lifestyle, Boise has a lot to offer.
Neighborhoods in Boise include North End, Highlands/Foothills, SE/NE Boise, Downtown Boise, Boise Bench, Garden City, South Boise, West Boise, NE Boise and Hidden Springs.
Things to see and do in Boise include Idaho State Capitol Building, Basque Museum & Cultural Center, Julia Davis Park, Boise Art Museum, Idaho State Historical Museum, Discovery Center of Idaho, Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, Zoo Boise, MK Nature Center, Idaho Botanical Garden, Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology, Barber Park, Boise State University and Idaho Museum of Military History.