Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Work to start soon on new Idaho Falls Stinker station

A building permit has been issued for a new Stinker station at First Street and Holmes Avenue.
Our routine stop at the city of Idaho Falls Building Department office yielded a few new developments on projects already reported.

A building permit has been issued for the new Stinker Station at the corner of Holmes Avenue and First Street. No demolition permit has been issued, but what we're going to see is the car wash taken out and a new store begun (estimated value of the project is $800,000 -- that's going by square footage calculations.) Once the new store is built, the old store will come down. In the course of the renovation, the gas pumps will remain in the same place and in service.

Also at the department office on Park Avenue were exterior plans for "Building L" at Snake River Landing. This 10,000-square-foot structure on Milligan Road, just south of Buffalo Wild Wings, will eventually be the home of McKenzie River Pizza, as well as tenants to be named later.

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