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The City of Trees, as Boise is known, is a great place to call home. There is good reason the state's capital is consistently ranked as one of the best places in the country to live and work. Need some evidence?
There are many reasons for Boise's popularity. For starters, there is BODO, Boise's unique historic downtown, with shops, restaurants, pubs, theatres, and culture galore. One of the most popular places to live is Boise's North End. Often listed as one of the top neighborhoods in the country. the North End is known for its beautiful historic homes on tree-lined streets. If you are looking for character, look no further.
Need more reasons? Boise is a college town. The presence of Boise State University is felt throughout the valley. Everyone unites to root for the Broncos, and the Universities location in the heart of downtown only adds to the young, diverse, fun-loving vibe of the surrounding area.
Looking for culture? Boise has community theatre, the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Concerts on the Grove, several museums, and the Idaho Botanical Garden, which hosts some of the coolest summer concerts anywhere. You can also take in one of the huge regional parks that line the Boise river as it meanders through town. Downtown also has the Basque Block, which is representative of the second largest Basque community in the country.
Boise also has a strong business community. Several corporations are headquartered here and the high-tech industry leads the way with Micron and Hewlett-Packard and the hundreds of other tech companies that have sprung up to support them. In addition to BSU, there are many technical schools, as well as University of Idaho and Idaho State University which both have satellite campuses in Boise. The building industry is big business, with Morrison-Knudsen (now Washington Group International), Boise Cascade, and BMC all headquartered here. Grocery giant Albertsons and regional grocery chain Winco Foods were founded and have their headquarters here. Other large corporations calling the city home base are Simplot Corporation, Bodybuilding.com, and several regional banks and credit unions.
For sports fans, Boise is home to minor league baseball, basketball and hockey. For those that prefer participation over spectating, the city hosts top cycling events, including the Twilight Criterium, the City of Trees Marathon, and the brutal Race to Robie Creek, considered one of the most difficult half marathons in the country. Snow skiing, hiking, mountain biking, whitewater rafting, and other water sports are all within 30 minutes of downtown. For those seeking a more leisure pace, take a walk or bike ride along the Greenbelt, or float the Boise River through town on a tube.
Whatever your stage in life, Boise has something to offer. There are communities for every taste and price range. Start searching for your perfect place today.
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