It’s hard to think of any other city in the nation that is more appealing right now than Boise, Idaho.
Even before 2020, Boise was landing headlines. Over the last year, the focus on the Idaho capital has only intensified. It has shown up in the pages of the New York Times, perennially topped best-of lists, and earned recognition for its strong economy.
All of Boise is booming right now. Part of the city’s appeal is that it has numerous large homes on large lots. Lying in the heart of the city, just a stone’s throw from downtown, the North End neighborhood in particular stands out. It is an older area that is walkable, eclectic, and fun. It has all the amenities and lifestyle perks to be cool.
The North End is one of the oldest parts of Boise and has more than a century of history experienced both growth and decline. In some cases, grand older homes have been split into apartments, diversifying the area’s housing stock, and by the 1980s areas within the neighborhood had received various historic designations. Read full article here.
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