BMCC CEO Helps Break Ground On Boise Centre Expansion

Ground was officially broken last week on the Gardner Company's Boise Centre expansion project as shovel-wielding, hard hat-wearing executives, including Boise Metro Chamber CEO Bill Connors, helped kick off the project. Known as the City Center Plaza, the project is heralded by the Directors of the Greater Boise Auditorium District as allowing "the Boise Centre to capture a much larger segment of the national convention market and spur economic development in the Boise Valley.”

The project entails the construction of two buildings- one west of the U.S. Bank tower, which is also owned by the Gardner Company, and one south of it. The west building will contain restaurant, office, and meeting space. In addition to two floors of parking space, the south building will contain a 15,000-square-foot ballroom, a 7,000-square-foot kitchen, and pre-function space for the auditorium district. A 40,000-square-foot underground transit center owned by Valley Regional Transit will lie beneath the west building.

Boise Metro Chamber CEO Bill Connors spoke at the official announcement of the expansion in January, emphasizing the project’s importance as a priority for the business community.


Boise Centre
850 W. Front St., Boise ID 83702
United States