Albertsons is working to open two new Meridian stores, one in the former Shopko location at 3499 E. Fairview Ave. and one in a new office park on Eagle and Amity roads called Firenze Plaza.

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Albertsons former Shopko

An Albertsons grocery store is slated to open in the former Shopko location at 3499 E. Fairview Ave.

WinCo Foods plans to open two new Meridian stores, one by northwest corner of Eagle and Overland roads, and one in the proposed Linder Village.

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WinCo Overland

WinCo Foods announced plans last year for a south Meridian store at 2600 E. Overland Road, near the Eagle Road Interchange.

Linder Village is a proposed development on the southeast corner of Linder Road and Chinden Boulevard. Meridian Planning and Zoning will hold a public hearing about the development at its Sept. 7 meeting, which starts at 6 p.m. at Meridian City Hall. The project would include 14 commercial building lots and medium-density housing on more than 80 acres.

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Proposed Linder Village

The proposed Linder Village Commercial Development is slated to bring two or three anchor tenants, shops, restaurants, office space and housing to north Meridian, subject to city approval.

PINE43 is a proposed mixed-use development on 120 acres south of Fairview Avenue between Locust Grove and Eagle roads. The site plan has 516 lots, including 80 for multifamily housing, 356 for single-family housing and 28 for commercial use. A public hearing about the application is scheduled for the next Meridian Planning and Zoning Commission meeting at 6 p.m. Aug. 17.

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PINE43 is a proposed development on 120 acres near Locust Grove Road and Pine Avenue in Meridian that would include commercial space and varied housing options. DMB Development, LLC of Boise is seeking a rezone and preliminary plat approval.

St. Luke’s Health System will open a 16,000-square-foot clinic in south Meridian next year. Brighton Corporation, which is developing the surrounding Century Farm subdivision, is the builder. The clinic, set to open in May, will offer family medicine, pediatrics, physical therapy and behavioral health services.

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St. Luke's south Meridian clinic

St. Luke’s Health System plans to open a roughly 16,000-square-foot medical clinic in south Meridian in May. It will be next to The Hill, a facility that includes Hillsdale Elementary and, in the coming year, Treasure Valley YMCA and a St. Luke’s wellness center.

The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine’s three-story facility is coming together. Its steel frame is visible from Interstate 84 between the Meridian Road and Eagle Road exits. The college, which is still in the accreditation process, plans to open next August for a class of 150 students. It shares a campus with the Idaho State University Meridian Health Science Center, but it is a private, separate entity. The $34 million facility will be 94,000 square feet.

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ICOM construction

Construction takes place on the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine facility in Meridian on Aug. 8. The building shares a campus with Idaho State University-Meridian and the West Ada School District headquarters.

Treasure Valley YMCA’s South Meridian facility next to Hillsdale Elementary is underway. The more than 58,000-square-foot facility is set to open in 2018. It includes an 8,000-square-foot section where St. Luke’s will offer disease prevention, rehabilitation and wellness services.

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Treasure Valley south Meridian YMCA construction

Construction takes place on the Treasure Valley YMCA’s south Meridian facility Aug. 8. The building, set to open next year, is attached to Hillsdale Elementary.

My Place Hotels of America opened its first Idaho location this year at 3050 E. Jewel St., near the corner of Eagle Road and Fairview Avenue in Meridian.

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My Place Hotel Meridian

My Place Hotels of America recently opened its first Idaho location at 3050 E. Jewel St., near the corner of Eagle Road and Fairview Avenue in Meridian.

The Tru by Hilton Boise West is under construction at 1401 S. Eagle Road near the Interstate 84 interchange. The hotel will have four floors, 92 rooms and a staff of 20 to 25 people, according to a hotel spokeswoman, and is tentatively scheduled to open in December or January.

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Tru hotel

Hilton is building a Tru hotel in Meridian at 1401 S. Eagle Road.

The Village at Meridian is adding MAC Cosmetics, Revitalize Juice Bar and Urban Outfitters this summer, bringing the total tenant count to 81. The complex is 84 percent leased, according to General Manager Hugh Crawford.

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The Village aerial

The Village at Meridian is a growing retail complex on the corner of Eagle Road and Fairview Avenue.

Bish’s RV Super Center moved from Nampa to its new location at 1300 W. Overland Road in Meridian in July.

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Bish's RV Meridian sign

Bish’s RV Super Center moved from Nampa to a new facility in Meridian in July.

Two buildings are under construction at Ten Mile Crossing, a new business park on the northeast corner of Ten Mile Road and Interstate 84. Tenants so far include:

  • Paylocity, a Chicago-based payroll and human resources software company, plans to open next July and create an estimated 400 jobs with room to grow.
  • Brighton Corporation is moving its Boise headquarters to Ten Mile Crossing next summer.
  • Horrocks Engineers will lease space at Ten Mile Crossing starting next summer.
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Construction is slated to start in May on the five-story Paylocity and Brighton Corporation office building in the new Ten Mile Crossing office park in Meridian.

This is not a comprehensive list of developments in Meridian but a look at some of the larger projects.

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