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950 W Bannock Street - Banner Bank Building, Boise, ID

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950 W Bannock Street - Banner Bank Building

Boise, ID 83702 - Downtown Boise Submarket


Property Type:Office Sub Type:- Status:Existing Year Built:2006
Stories:11 Typical Floor:16,471 SF Building Size:181,180 SF
Smallest Space:100 SF Largest Space:5,000 SF Total Space Avail:5,000 SF Rent/SF/Yr:
Negotiable
Parking:100 Surface spaces are available; Ratio of .52/1,000 SF Amenities:24 Hour Availability, Air Conditioning, Banking, Bus Line, Controlled Access, Conferencing Facility, Property Manager on Site, Signage, Storage Units


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SF Avail
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Occupancy
Lease Term
Space Use
 11th
100 SF-5,000 SF
Negotiable
30 Days
Negotiable
Office
 
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11th
100 SF-5,000 SF
Negotiable
30 Days
Negotiable
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Banner Bank Building The Christensen Corporation Boise, Idaho

The Banner Bank Building in Boise has been recognized with a LEED® Platinum rating, ranking it among an elite group of office buildings in the world to receive the highest LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating available from the U.S. Green Building Council. HDR designed the Banner Bank Building for the Christensen Corporation with sustainability as a driving force behind the planning, design and construction of the building. The 190,000 square-foot Art Deco style office building opened for occupancy in May. The 11-story building, located in the heart of downtown Boise, uses 60 percent less energy than a typical office building of the same size. The building’s unique water reuse system collects lavatory graywater and urban storm water from seven acres of off-site downtown hardscape to flush the building’s toilets and urinals. The indoor environment provides superior natural light, ventilation and air purity. Sustainable Features The Banner Bank Building integrates many sustainable design strategies. Here are some of the highlights, organized by LEED Category: Sustainable Sites Public transportation access - The project is less than 200 yards to public bus stops. Alternative transportation - Alternatives to automobile commuting are promoted with indoor bicycle storage and individual shower rooms. Light Pollution Reduction - The exterior lighting design meets the strict criteria of the Illumination Engineers Society of North America's Recommended Practice Manual: Lighting for Exterior Environments. Water Efficiency Reduced water demand for landscaping - The use of drought tolerant vegetation and automated irrigation controlled by moisture sensors reduces the total potable water demand by more than 30 percent. Rainwater and graywater recycling - A revolutionary approach to stormwater and graywater recycling, the water reclamation system provides the majority of the water needed for sewage conveyance. Water conservation - This is achieved by the use of state-of-the-art water conserving fixtures, sensors, and mechanical equipment. Energy Geothermal Heat - Available throughout much of the downtown Boise area, the use of geothermal heat significantly decreases energy use. Underfloor air distribution - A unique HVAC system delivers air to multiple point-of-use locations throughout each office floor while also distributing electricity and telecommunications outlets with greater flexibility. Intensive commissioning program - Ensured that all mechanical/electrical/plumbing components were designed, installed and are functioning as stated in the preliminary design intent documentation. Materials & Resources Construction Waste Management - Over 75 percent of all construction waste was separated, collected and picked up at the job site for recycling. Even the existing concrete parking garage was demolished and recycled locally. Local/regional content - Supplies purchased from local suppliers reduced environmental impacts by reducing fossil fuel consumption to transport materials. Recycled content - The building is constructed with over 40 percent recycled content materials. Indoor Environmental Quality Indoor air quality - The Banner Bank Building provides occupants with more air changes per hour than is typical in an office environment, yet the air velocity is slower and quieter than overhead air delivery systems. In addition, the HVAC system uses carbon dioxide monitors to ensure that occupants are well supplied with fresh air. Zero-to-low VOC content finishes - Volatile organic compounds are known to increase the health risk of cancer and especially respiratory diseases. All indoor finish materials have low or zero VOC content. Daylighting - Besides reducing energy bills, careful daylighting improves a client's sense of well-being and overall performance. Each fluorescent fixture is supplied with a photo-sensor to adjust dimmable ballasts to compensate for daylight levels. In addition, each fluorescent fixture is linked to a building-wide lighting control system. Not only can occupants adjust lighting to their preferences, but in the event of power brown-outs, the building can globally "power down" all lights on a percentage basis to assist the local utility meet power demands. Innovation in Design Biodiesel fuel - Using an environmentally friendly fuel source for the backup generator. Tenant Green Guidelines - A comprehensive set of guidelines were created to help building occupants become partners in sustainability at the Banner Bank Building. The Banner Bank Building has quickly become a benchmark for sustainable design, construction and operation. Using an integrated design approach, and the LEED Green Building Rating System as a central organizational tool, this building demonstrates that environmental design provides greater comfort to occupants while offering enhanced value to the building owner. In fact, the cost of the Banner Bank Building was average, allowing the Christensen Corporation to offer lease rates competitive with office buildings in downtown Boise that are 20-30 years old.

This building was awarded an Energy Star label in 2011 for its operating efficiency.



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Eric Fletcher
(844) 868-5893



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