The Village at Meridian
The Village at Meridian will be the paramount lifestyle development in the greater Boise region; now the third largest metro area, and one of the fastest growing in the Northwest. Further, the project represents one of the most significant commercial projects ever developed in the state of Idaho. The initial phases will include a first-class lifestyle shopping center, built in the same style as CenterCal’s award winning Bridgeport Village lifestyle center, one of the finest lifestyle projects in America; and the 60 acre Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park. This project will make the rapidly growing community of Meridian a new ‘center-of-gravity’ for the citizens and out of town visitors alike.
The initial project will consist of more than five hundred thousand square feet of retail, entertainment, restaurant and office space. The Village at Meridian will offer the finest tenant mix and the finest presentation to the customer anywhere to be found in the Boise metropolitan area. Located at the intersection of N. Eagle Road (Hwy 55) and E. Fairview Avenue, The Village at Meridian will enjoy the highest daily traffic counts to be found in the State of Idaho, exceeding 90,000 vehicles per day. At this intersection, The Village at Meridian will be well positioned to serve the strongest household demographics in the Boise region.
The Village at Meridian will provide a broad selection of apparel, home goods, entertainment and restaurant opportunities, offering the discriminating shopper an experience not available in the region.
Through a generous donation to the community by the Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park Trust, The Village at Meridian will be fully integrated with a 60-acre Park, providing amenities unrivaled in the retail industry.
Please visit thevillageatmeridian.com for more information.
Ashley Robinson, Senior Leasing Director
Gary Hall, Senior Leasing Director:
Pat Brady, Senior Leasing Director:
Cynthia Phillips, Vice President, Business Development
office: 310.563.6900 ext 307
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