Brundage Mountain is the property of a new ownership group today. Developer Mark Rivers revamped the 8th Street Marketplace in 2005, converting former surface parking lots into a mixed-use development containing a movie theater, national chain retail like Levi’s and Urban Outfitters and more. The firm, backed by billionaire Diane Hendricks, purchased many of the “newer” structures in the area in 2017. He has a well-known expertise in setting and enacting vision, engaging unique partnerships and in packaging and organizing the place-making that creates projects of distinction and value. Rivers founded Brix and Co, a Bethesda, Md., real estate firm. “. Vice President . But we have Caffe’ d’Arte, they’re actually independent.”. National automobile... A lakefront restaurant in McCall has a new concept this week. The search led him to find Sweetens … It doesn’t mean junk. View Mark Rivers’ profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. “We are good with them where they are, and they seem to be OK. Our leasing group is solid,” he said. Bodo currently has a significant dose of national brands, including PF Chang’s, Loft, Office Depot, Regal/Edwards Cinemas, and others. About BoiseDev “If you look at our headquarters, it has fitness, education, lots of office… in this old downtown building. That includes making the area feel like even more of a highlight. David Sonderegger. He is a National Edward R. Murrow Award winner and a Stanford University John S. Knight Fellow. You are nice people to talk with and work with,” he said. Chances are, the Austin real estate and restaurant crowd will be hearing more from Rivers, a well-connected Idaho-based developer who … “(We want) to bring a very authentic boutique hotel into Bodo and to Boise as a whole.”. He is also a Trustee of Colony Starwood Homes (NYSE: SFR), a real estate investment trust focused on the single‑family residential business based in Scottsdale, Arizona. In recent weeks, members of Hendricks’ Geronimo Hospitality Group visited Boise. It sounds kind of silly and almost elementary. Hendricks CEO Rob Gerbitz said the firm is making progress on a plan to revamp the development. It seems to be what we drift toward in all of our projects.”. Gather, which provides software... With Blaine County sitting in the critical zone for multiple weeks on its COVID-19 risk level assessment, and testing being only available... Two College of Western Idaho trustees, including one of the community college's founding board members, lost their... Hendricks buys The Owyhee and empty lots with development potential, Despite room boom, occupancy & rate in Downtown Boise hotels still strong, Boise’s P&Z says no to proposed 16-story downtown tower, Wild Root branches out with new owners, dinner, cocktails – and protein, US Bank continues closures of Idaho branches, will cut a dozen locations. A hotel project would be tailored to the Boise market. The possibilities in Boise fit in with the Mrs. Hendrick’s overall philosophy. Earlier in this career, he was Vice President of New City Development, the development arm of Steve Wynn’s Mirage Resorts and was a Vice President of DeBartolo Realty and DeBartolo Entertainment, a privately-held real estate interest. Instead of building a project solely focused on affordable housing, Gerbitz said they would consider what he calls a “melting pot” approach. ... Mark Rivers Sr. “It is funny how often I get asked that,” Gerbitz said. Fortunately we had the reporting in the Boise Guardian to help us evaluate Mr Rivers’ performance as a developer.