A new wave of pioneering artists and musicians began to find Garden City in the last decade. They found appeal in the unassuming homes, warehouse spaces and cheap rent. Studios and new businesses were established. There is the Woman of Steel Gallery, Visual Arts Collective, and new life in Surel’s Place. Social purpose spearheaded the Headstart. Tenacious athletics brought The Front climbing gym.
The area of the city along the river from the DoubleTree Hotel to 37th Street is now designated the Live-Work-Create District, under Garden City’s Comprehensive Plan. When a place gets government sanction, it’s time to get in before it is too late.
All this culture and collective activity can make you parched. Most recently, to slake that thirst and tantalize the palette, the Idaho wineries Syringa and Cinder have settled here. And now the Payette Brewery and tasting room is open on 33rd, an easy walk or bike to the other side of Chinden. The discerning buyer knows what a brew pub can do to real estate trends.
A window of opportunity offers a home at the Bridge Townhomes. Be part of seeing the area grow and transform! Browse the rest of our site to find out more about amenities and resources in the area, including the newly opened Boise Whitewater Park, the Waterfront District, and much more!