Downtown Boise living for a modern lifestyle

Adjacent to St. Lukes, these boutique Boise sandstone condos have everything you need to live a modern lifestyle.

Convenient location for recreation & fine dining

A 4 minute walk to downtown, a 15 minute walk to the foothills, an 8 minute walk to Bronco stadium, and 12 minute walk to Julia Davis Park.

Historic design & modern amenities

A historic sandstone facade with super-efficient heating/cooling system, sound insulation, elevator, parking garage, 10-foot ceilings, Thermador appliances, private balconies, and more create a modern and luxurious feeling on the inside.

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Dining, shopping, and more in downtown

Downtown Boise is welcoming, diverse, delightful, and authentically Idaho.  More than 135 restaurants in downtown Boise serve up local and ethnic delicacies, atmospheres, and cult favorites like Idaho trout eggs benedict. From sunrise to last call, Boise offers a unique collection of breweries, breakfast spots and baked goods, distilleries, fine dining and deli’s, local clothing and shoe retailers, galleries and museums, salons and barber shops, gift and candy shops, markets and theatres are all within minutes of 132 Main.

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Hundreds of miles of world class trails in the foothills

The Boise Foothills provide a beautiful backdrop for a busy city.  With a 15 minute walk from 132 Main you can connect with Ridge to Rivers, a trail system offering more than 190 miles of biking, hiking, and horseback riding and incredible scenery.  The trails link Boise neighborhoods to public lands and connect people with the natural environment.
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Pristine Greenbelt, a river oasis, and Julia Davis Park

The Boise park system is one of Boise’s most amazing assets. The “Ribbon of Jewels” are 10 parks linked by the 25-mile Boise River Greenbelt. The parks serve as legacies to remarkable women of Boise. Julia Davis Park, a 12-minute walk from 132 Main, is Boise’s oldest park. The 89-acre park is home to the Idaho History Museum, Boise Art Museum, Black History Museum and Discovery Center of Idaho. Take in a concert at the Gene Harris Bandshell; follow the Idaho Birding Trail; play Bocce ball, tennis or horseshoes; or simply stroll through the rose garden and enjoy the public art and inspiring memorials nestled throughout the park.

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A nationally renown sporting experience at Bronco stadium

If you were to do an Internet search for the term “blue turf” you’d only find Boise State references because that turf has a Federal trademark! Albertson Stadium, where the Boise State Bronco football team has amassed an incredible record, was the first school to install a non-green football field. In 2019, Boise State football was named the nation’s winningest football program. An 8-minute walk through Julia Davis park will take you from the river to a sea of blue and orange. It’s a great way to spend a day.

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A home that fits your lifestyle

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