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Old Posted Jun 4, 2015, 9:39 PM
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Congrats Coeur d'Alene!

http://www.idahostatesman.com/2015/0...da-resort.html


Hopefully this one pans out for you! I was up there just a few weeks ago and you have got a lot going on. Now if only we can get a tower of equal height in Boise...
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Old Posted Jun 19, 2015, 10:43 PM
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Congrats Coeur d'Alene!

http://www.idahostatesman.com/2015/0...da-resort.html


Hopefully this one pans out for you! I was up there just a few weeks ago and you have got a lot going on. Now if only we can get a tower of equal height in Boise...
Thanks for posting this. You beat me to it. Been too busy at work!

FYI this project was previously proposed around 2003-2004. I think the chances now are like 75% the project will be approved and completed.

If the building turns out to be 19 stories, it will be around the same height as both the current Coeur d'Alene Resort tower (216 ft. 18 stories) and Parkside condos (213 ft. 20 stories). Combined with the upcoming 173 ft. 15 story One Lakeside building, which should break ground soon, and the 171 ft. 15 story McEuen Terrace building, Cd'A will have a pretty rocking skyline.

As a matter of personal preference and lake sight lines, though, I would like to see this proposed tower a tad shorter though...maybe 14-16 stories. BTW, the rendering in all of the news articles looks horrible...

http://www.spokesman.com/stories/201...ower-proposed/
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Interesting to see the numbers in Kootenai County jimthemanincda. I posted this article back in 07 - wonder if these past estimates will end up being anywhere close to what they were thinking:

County population could top 300K
I'm skeptical of Kootenai County hitting 300,000 by 2030. The KMPO (Kootenai Metropolitan Planning Organization) actually put out numbers the same year (2007) as the article you reference. At that time they estimated the county's population was 148,955 (interesting that the US Census Bureau is just about estimating that population number for 2014...7 years later). At 2.1% growth from the base of 148,955, that would only give Kootenai County a population of 241,845 in 2030.

In my humble opinion, given how the last 7 years have turned out, the county is still growing almost 2% year so I'd estimate Kootenai County having between 200,000-250,000 people in the year 2030.
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Congrats on the Cracker Barrel to be built in C'dA. Many want one in Idaho Falls. Maybe it's time to lobby again. They didn't expand at all for about two years due to a change in the Board and new CEO saying no expansion until things were fixed.
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Anyone up in North Idaho, whats going on in Coeur d'Alene? Has construction started on the tower in the quote below?


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rendering of the proposed tower... at this rate, CDL could have the nicest skyline in the state.








I found this interesting vintage photo of the downtown lakefront area as well as current pictures of the modern skyline. The beauty of Coeur d'Alene is in a league all its own.



http://media.spokesman.com/then_now_...a9de621da07a75






http://pnwclimateconference.org/images/cda_resort1.jpg





http://www.travelhealthy.org/wp-cont...e-Downtown.jpg






http://www.maulfoster.com/wp-content...73-640x425.jpg





http://www.cdainn.com/photo-gallery/...erial_0494.jpg
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I drove by that property yesterday and found that the demolition of the existing structure hasn't started yet. It's fenced off but that's it.
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One Lakeside tower update

The Coeur d'Alene Press just wrote an update on the towers progress.

http://www.cdapress.com/news/local_n...7893bcb1b.html

Looks like the developers have had to change their approach in order to secure financing but the project is still moving forward.
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http://www.silverwoodthemepark.com/
The Northwest's Largest Theme Park


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Length: 405.9 Feet of slide per lane
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New Hotel

http://www.spokanejournal.com/local-...llion-complex/

A new hotel is scheduled to begin construction this summer in CDA. It's not a high-rise but it's a nice sized project for that area of town.
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http://www.spokesman.com/stories/201...ort-draw-rave/


Meehan: New greens at Coeur d’Alene Resort draw rave reviews

source: http://media.spokesman.com/photos/20...6f31df6a374511



http://www.cdapress.com/news/local_n...930169b7e.html

Project could boost East Sherman growth

http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townn...size=760%2C586

This conceptual drawing shows what the planned 30-unit “Lake Drive Apartments” project will look like when they are constructed at 315 E. Coeur d’Alene Lake Drive. A special use permit was granted to developers this week by the city’s planning commission, allowing developers to double the number of residential units built on the property.




ooooh, so beautiful.

http://l7.alamy.com/zooms/ab1e94242f...ort-h7jfyf.jpg


http://images.fineartamerica.com/ima...rek-haller.jpg

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http://www.spokesman.com/stories/201...se-summer-/#/0

Coeur d’Alene plans downtown garage to ease summer parking shortages

http://media.spokesman.com/photos/20...6f31df6a374511
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The Coeur d'Alene Press just wrote an update on the towers progress.

http://www.cdapress.com/news/local_n...7893bcb1b.html

Looks like the developers have had to change their approach in order to secure financing but the project is still moving forward.
There should be news on this project in the next few months as the debt call is today.
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The 2nd city parking garage is currently under construction and should be completed later this year!

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http://www.spokesman.com/stories/201...se-summer-/#/0

Coeur d’Alene plans downtown garage to ease summer parking shortages

http://media.spokesman.com/photos/20...6f31df6a374511
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Demolition of the current building is starting next week and then construction on the 15 story tower will start after! The project will take 22 months to complete (expected end date: March 31, 2020).

I work 1 block from this property and received this email yesterday. I will take pictures as the project progresses...


Name: Sean Olson

Phone: (818) xxx-xxxx

Email: info@alpeast.com

Reason for Contact: See Comments

Comments: CONSTRUCTION COMMENCEMENT NOTIFICATION May 18, 2018

Austin Lawrence Partners (ALP) is pleased to notify the neighbors of One Lakeside, located at xxx xxxxxx, that construction activities will commence on June 1, 2018. The building will stand 15 stories and will be constructed with concrete and floor-to-ceiling glass. The project’s programming consists of 40 for-sale condos and 29 short-term rentals with a rooftop amenity space. Construction is anticipated to take 22 months with an expected building delivery of Q2 2020.

While construction is inherently disruptive to nearby properties, ALP is committed to limiting such disruption as much as possible and effectively communicating so there are minimal surprises. We will provide regular updates to notify our neighbors of street closures, loud construction activities, and other disruptions beyond the typical course of construction.

The first phase of construction will require closure of the sidewalks on 1st Street and Lakeside Street with barricades. Sidewalks will be closed for the duration of the project. The southbound lane of 1st Street will also be closed during the duration of the project to accommodate the necessary construction activities (traffic detour signage will be posted for that lane of traffic). Please email info@alpeast.com for a copy of the traffic control plan for the project (we were not able to include the picture in the text-only email).

The first 2-3 weeks of construction will involve shoring, the installation of the construction fence, site demolition, and the beginning of excavation. This work will produce light to moderate vibration. During this phase, construction work will occur Monday – Friday from 7am to 6pm.

As mentioned, we’ll do our best to inform you of any disruptions beyond the typical course of construction. This email (info@alpeast.com) is the best way to contact us if you have an inquiry/question related to construction work at One Lakeside. We have provided contact info below for UPA Construction in the event there is an urgent need/emergency related to the project:

Kent Hueser
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UPA Construction Group Inc.
(208) xxx-xxxx

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation with our upcoming construction activities.

The ALP Team

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