Central Addition Block Party 

Saturday, April 2

In with the new.

Kelsey Hawes

In with the new.

No landscape in downtown Boise has changed more rapidly than Central Addition—framed by Front and Myrtle streets, WinCo and Trader Joe's. It was one of Boise's first neighborhoods, sprouting up in the early 1800s and attracting the trendiest, wealthiest citizens. A raft of historic homes have been moved to other neighborhoods around the city, with one deconstructed and rebuilt as far away as Garden Valley. The revamped Central Addition will include the Fowler—a 220,000-square-foot apartment and retail building. The Central Addition Block Party celebrates the future, with a ribbon cutting at noon for George's Cycles' new shop on Third Street, bike demos, food trucks, beer tasting at Boise Brewing and live music by Sunset Goat.

Pin It

Speaking of Boise Brewing Co., George's Cycles-Third And Front


Comments are closed.


Latest in Culture

Larry King Interviews…

© 2016 Boise Weekly

Website powered by Foundation