The boutique hotel is planned for a site just north of the Capitol and Broad Street hotel project announced last week.
Boise— Obie Development Partners announced Tuesday that it submitted an application to the city of Boise for a seven-story, 104-room hotel.
The company, founded by former Eugene, Ore., Mayor Brian Obie, hopes to break ground late this summer and finish construction by the end of 2016. The project is expected to cost $25 million.
This is the second time in five days that a company has announced plans for a Downtown hotel. Last week, local developer and hotelier Jared Smith announced that he will build a 10-story, 180-room hotel just north of the Obie project on the southeast corner of Capitol and Broad Street.
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