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Situated on the beautiful Boise River in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, BGoise is the center of commerce, banking, and government activitie. This vibranct city is fun to explore and find your next home. You can walk the campus of Boise State University, discover local restaurants, and take a walk down S. Capitol Blvd to view the majestic Idaho capital Building

Boise is also the center of bussiness commerce with several Fortune 500 companies with national and international headquarters operating in the city. Featured in publications like Forbes, TIME Magazine, Inc. Magazine, The Economist, Fortune, CNN Money, and USA Today you quickly find why Boise has seen growth and is quickly becoming the next Silicon Valley.

When the work is done, you’lll find plenty of big city events and plenty of outdoor adventure you can enjoy.

  • 25 miles Greenbelt - a riverside path leading directly into the scenic foothills
  • The City of Trees’ many parks and recreational areas
  • Outdoor activities like boating, kayaking, canoeing, skiing, mountain biking, hiking
  • Concerts
  • Broadway Productions like Hamilton (’22) Aladdin (’23) & Hairspray (’23)
  • Local Retaurants & Breweries
  • much more...

Outside Magazine voted Boise #1 overall in the western United States in their “Best Towns 2010” poll. If you’re in the market for Idaho real estate, Boise homes give you the best variety of city nestled long the foothills.

New to the Area?

The Mike Brown Group has put together a handy, informative relocation guide for those moving to Boise or to one of the great surrounding communities in the Treasure Valley. It’s great resource for those just setting into southwest Idaho and all that is has to offer - even longtime residents!

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