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Boasting the honor of being Boise's original shopping center, this outdoor strip mall has been overshadowed by Boise Towne Square Mall, Karcher Mall, and Boise Factory Outlet Mall. However, its proximity to downtown Boise makes it an excellent resource. It is also home to several outstanding stores like outdoor specialists Intermountain Outdoor Sports and woodworking headquarters, Woodcraft Supply. Located between the Boise Train Depot and the Boise Airport, the mall also hosts the Antique Village and Needle Works Studio.
Nearly 200 stores and restaurants call the Boise Towne Square Mall home, including Macy's, Mervyn's and the Bon Marche. A movie theater and more restaurants are also located a few minutes away. Located at the busiest intersection in the state, the mall is the largest in Idaho. If you don't mind the traffic, it's worth the hassle. The mall area, close to Interstate 84, is a ten minute drive to the airport and downtown.
Like a Las Vegas-style beacon in Idaho's sagebrush desert, this entertainment complex lights up the night sky. Neon, stretching seven miles, highlights this Boise anomaly. Its flagship business is the Edwards Boise Stadium 21 & IMAX. Ameritel Inn-Boise Spectrum also sits on the property, as well as several chain restaurants like the Cracker Barrel, McGrath's Fish House and the popular Chuck-A-Rama. The complex attracts families from all over the valley.