Idaho Office Rental & Leasing
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Top Picks from Idaho Office Space
This 11-story building uses 60% less energy than a typical office building of the same size. The building's unique water reuse system collects gray water and urban storm water from seven acres of... Read More >>
In the heart of Idaho’s Treasure Valley, this business center is a vibrant and energetic place to do business. This mixed-use park is home to companies from construction and healthcare, while other... Read More >>
The coworking area overlooks Grove Street, between 10th and 9th Streets, in beautiful downtown Boise. We have 8-10 private study carrels, two open works tables, and two private, oversized, cushioned... Read More >>
Idaho for Business: Why Companies Rent Offices in Idaho
Situated in the north-western United States, Idaho is home to more than 1.6 million people (2018 data). Every type of gemstone can be found in the largely mountainous state, giving Idaho its nickname the 'Gem State'. Idaho's economy is a mix of traditional and emerging industries. One of the most important sectors is agriculture, and a third of all potatoes in the country are grown in Idaho. At the same time, high-technology is a significant driver in Idaho's economy and the science and technology sector is its largest industry. With Boise as a major hub, the sector contributes to more than a quarter of the state's revenue and more than 70 per cent of exports. Other major industries include advanced manufacturing (particularly electronics and machinery), aerospace, computer technology and innovation, food production, recreation technology, shared services, and travel and tourism. Mining, renewable energy, and lumber and wood products including paper are also important industries. Idaho offers businesses low and stable taxes, incentives and financing for businesses, and state assistance for finding properties to start or relocate a business.