May 29, 2023


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Treefort Music Hall plan for Downtown Boise, ID takes shape

Ideas for a new audio corridor that will give the Treefort Songs Competition a year-round space, are starting to take condition.

BoiseDev 1st told you about the venture last summer season. Now, Hendricks Professional Attributes, which owns the previous Business office Depot room at Capitol Blvd. and Wide St. in Boise, formally laid out its plan for the Treefort Tunes Corridor.

The existing brick facade of the building would get new paint and exterior updates, as perfectly as new awnings together both equally Capitol and Broad

“A new canopy is proposed together the south and east facades to emphasize the new corner entry into the concert location,” Mandie Brozo with CSHQA wrote in an application letter. “Portions of the new constructing façade will make use of some of the similar supplies and traits that are used in the encompassing community.”

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Concert hall, VIP, bars, rooftop patio

Flooring designs clearly show the entry to the location would move to the corner, with a ticket booth. A massive lobby and lounge space would characteristic a bar together the west aspect and restrooms toward the north corner. The key live performance location would sit about in the middle, with a stage, 3 tiers of VIP seating, rail seating, and a sound booth. Treefort would have business space and two greenrooms toward the back again of the constructing.

Treefort Music Hall
The former Business office Depot retail store at Broad St. and Capitol Blvd. could host a new venue for Treefort Tunes Fest. Photo: Don Day/BoiseDev

Treefort previously mentioned the location would maintain 500-700 concertgoers.

The second floor would function another bar, interior seating and a rooftop patio, and small exterior stage.

Hendricks hopes to make a new stair tower and elevator shaft on the side of the creating alongside Capitol Blvd., in an location that is currently aspect of the sidewalk, but on house it owns. Foreseeable future out of doors patio space could go in along Wide and Capitol.

Hendricks bought the BoDo development in 2017. Leases for numerous former tenants, together with Place of work Depot, ended up not renewed with a large-scale redevelopment promised. Hendricks is currently making out a new food items corridor it calls The Warehouse in a substantial room that formerly housed tenants which include LOFT, Urban Outfitters, and other folks. The Warehouse is envisioned to open this spring.

Hendricks CEO Rob Gerbitz stated he also hopes to obtain a new boutique-variety movie theater to substitute the shuttered Edwards Cinemas on the 2nd story of the setting up next to the Treefort Tunes Corridor.

Treefort Music Hall would be a part of the Knitting Manufacturing unit Concert Home in the space.

The Treefort Tunes Hall will need to win design and style evaluation acceptance from the Metropolis of Boise. A listening to date is not nonetheless established.