Downtown Boise Condos, Lofts, Condominiums, and Historic Homes
People from all walks of life are migrating to the urban lofts, condos, and historic homes in Downtown Boise neighborhoods: Linen District, Central Downtown, Capitol District, Old Boise Historic Disrict, BoDo Historic District, and the Cultural District.
Bing and Bill Ringert are new Downtown Boise residents. They live at the Aspen Lofts in the BoDo District. “I’m in heaven,” Bing said. “Ours is a small unit, but the space is utilized so well that it seems larger. It has high ceilings, lots of open space, huge closets, and look at the view!” A wall of floor-to-ceiling windows made her point: Banner Bank, Wells Fargo, One Capital Center, the Statehouse – virtually all of Downtown visible from her living room. “With the view, the open ceilings and an open doorway to the bedroom, it seems spacious. Even with the grandchildren running around.”
The Ringerts own a home and winery in Hammett, near Mountain Home. Their fifth-floor condo gives them a second home close to Boise relatives and saves on driving. “We wanted a Downtown condo because we come here for wine pourings, often right across the street,” Bing said. “We don’t like to drive at night, so now we can just walk across the street and we’re home.”
Like many Downtown residents, they also enjoy being close to the action. “We can walk to the convention center, restaurants and other places we like to go,” Bill said. “We don’t have to drive or worry about finding a parking space.”
Excerpted from the Idaho Statesman
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