Eagle River is a 100-acre mixed-use development located at the prominent intersection of Eagle Road and State Highway 44 in Eagle, Idaho. The development is bounded on the south by the scenic Greenbelt trail along the Boise River and is centered in one of the highest income and fastest growing areas in the state.
Eagle River hosts a diverse roster of businesses including innovative office users, retailers, the Bardenay Restaurant, Hilton Garden Inn and Saint Alphonsus Eagle Health Plaza. Businesses in the development enjoy a wide range of real estate offerings from the large multi-tenant office buildings to smaller retail shops and the potential for development on individual pad sites.
Eagle River is home to over 300,000 sq. ft. of in-place Class A office space and more than 40,000 sq. ft. of retailers, financial services, and restaurants. Future growth will accommodate over 120,000 sq. ft. of office space and over 150,000 sq. ft. of high-visibility retail/entertainment sites that are ready for development.
Eagle River is characterized by its distinctive architectural standards, extensive landscaping, scenic pathways, unique water features, signature entry signage, ample parking, and contiguous access to the Boise River Greenbelt. The 9-acre Reid Merrill Community Park located in the heart of the development plays a central role in the community.
Grossman began developing Eagle River in the mid 1990s and it has long set the standard for what a mixed-use development can be.
As managing partner, Grossman Company Properties began development of the Park at Chandler in the early 1980s. This 60-acre site with a 35,000 sq. ft. garden office complex is anchored by Dignity Health, MidFirst Bank and Manpower International, Inc.
Park at Chandler flyer (PDF)
The Park also features a 26-acre retail power center including Home Depot, Bank of America, Safeway, Wendy’s, Jiffy Lube, Sherwin-Williams, and Krispy Kreme, residential development, The Place on Alma School, a 180-unit multi-family apartment community, and two additional acres for future development.