The “upscale” apartments will move up along Warm Springs Ave.


This article was originally published by Don Day in BoiseDev.

A large new apartment complex will be built in Boise’s Barber Valley, along Warm Springs Ave. The teams opened the Timbers at Harris Ranch this week.

The project, described as a community of “upscale” and “luxury” apartments, will include 254 apartment units in a series of three-story buildings.

The project will span two blocks in the Harris Ranch neighborhood, across from Warm Springs Ave. to the south, between Wise Way and Old Hickory Way. Nine apartment buildings will form a horseshoe around the perimeter of the site, with parking and amenities in the middle.

The application documents foresee 12 studios, 107 one-bedroom apartments, 115 two-bedroom apartments and 20 three-bedroom apartments, for a total of 409 rooms. Apartments range from 591 square feet for a studio to 1,304 square feet for three-bedroom units.

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The buildings will include an integrated garage for residents, as well as bicycle storage and mailroom / lounge spaces. In addition, each unit includes a small patio or balcony area, as well as a built-in washer / dryer room.

The elevations show exterior materials of brick and wood siding and gray plaster, as well as metal balconies. In addition, the community will include a ‘resort style’ swimming pool, fitness center, game room, business lounge and coworking spaces.

“The Timbers at Harris Ranch features quality modern design with a nod to the wonderful history of the area, the Timbers is designed to appeal to those who appreciate the lifestyle that (Barber Valley) offers: proximity to the nature and the Boise River, quick access to the Greenbelt, and only a short drive to downtown and the greater Boise, ”the developers said in a press release.

The site is nearby the future Barber valley primary school site.

Official construction of the Timbers at Harris Ranch is scheduled to begin in July and be completed in the fall of next year.

Despite the large size of the project, it did not go through the typical Boise design review process or public hearings. Instead, it was approved by another The Harris Ranch Review Board, a nongovernmental council controlled by the developers and owners of Harris Ranch – which also owns the land on which the project sits. The project is being developed by a third party, High Rhodes Investment Group of Irvine, California. Once the Harris Ranch Review Board has given its approval, the city approved the project administratively. The overall Harris Ranch project has obtained approval from the Town of Boise separately.

The project is part of a flurry of multi-family apartment and condo projects underway in this area of ​​the Barber Valley of Boise. Construction is underway on the nearby Eno Lofts and additional townhouses.


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