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Top Garden City Communities Report

 

2020 Buyer's Guide

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Sourced from: Intrmountain MLS

 

New Townhomes & Condominiums

  Starting Home Values
36 Oak/ Garden Plaza
Carr and 36th St
$429k
40th Street Cottages
40th & Adams St
$217k
Adam Street Cottages
43rd & Adams St
$165k
Alworth Townhomes
off Chinden at 50th & Alworth
$222k
Fairveiw Acres
east of Chinden off 36th
$400k
The Bridge Townhomes
30th Street, south of Boise River
Coming Soon
The Waterfront District
at 36th & Boise River
$675k
$300k Lot
TwoTown Parkway Station
from Veteran's Parkway, W on Adams, N. on 42nd
$340k

 

 

Featured New Homes for Sale

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Parkway Station. A new, mixed use community in the arts and cultural district of Garden City. 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage. Well designed plan adds to the generous spaces and light. River Front Park, a STEM Charter "Future Public School", Boys & Girls Club, Boise River Greenbeltaccess, nearby cafes, offices, bakery, shops & more all part of this new, engaging district. Artisans, breweries, wineries and more compliment the vibe. New construction complete. Builder warranty. Pictures are of the 2 bedroom model.
Parkway Station. A new, mixed use community in the arts and cultural district of Garden City. 2 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage. Well designed plan adds to the generous spaces and light. River Front Park, a STEM Charter "Future Public School", Boys & Girls Club, Boise River Greenbelt access, nearby cafes, offices, bakery, shops & more all part of this new, engaging district. Artisans, breweries, wineries and more compliment the vibe...
Parkway Station. A new, mixed use community in the arts and cultural district of Garden City. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, 2 car garage. Well designed plan adds to the generous spaces and light. River Front Park, a STEM Charter "Future Public School", Boys & Girls Club, Boise River Greenbelt access, nearby cafes, offices, bakery, shops & more all part of this new, engaging district. Artisans, breweries, wineries and more compliment the vibe. Images are of the two bedroom plan.
Parkway Station. A new, mixed use community in the arts and cultural district of Garden City. 2 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage. Well designed plan adds to the generous spaces and light. River Front Park, a STEM Charter "Future Public School", Boys & Girls Club, Boise River Greenbelt access, nearby cafes, offices, bakery, shops & more all part of this new, engaging district. Artisans, breweries, wineries and more compliment the vibe. Images are of the 2 bedroom model.
Parkway Station. A new, mixed use community in the arts and cultural district of Garden City. 2 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage. Well designed plan adds to the generous spaces and light. River Front Park, a STEM Charter "Future Public School", Boys & Girls Club, Boise River access, nearby cafes, offices, bakery, shops & more all part of this new, engaging district. Artisans, breweries, wineries and more compliment the vibe. Images are of the 2 bedroom model.
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New Communities
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Median Existing Homes
231500
Median New Homes
11890
Garden City Population

Garden City is nearly surrounded by Boise but retains a separate municipal government. Garden City was named for gardens raised by Chinese immigrants who lived in the area. The name of the city's main street, Chinden Boulevard, is a portmanteau of the words "China" and "garden."

About Garden City

The Chinese community that once inhabited Garden City is largely gone, but it made an important contribution to the heritage of the city. The Chinese gardens and their row-crop farming acumen are the basis of the city’s name as well as that of the city’s principal thoroughfare, Chinden Boulevard.

On May 22, 1949, Ada County commissioners approved incorporation of the village named Garden City, the name ostensibly derived from the village’s Chinese gardens. A group of Boise businessmen promoted incorporation so they could build a small “amusement center.” However, their true motives were to build gambling houses just outside the Boise city limits because the Boise City Council had just passed an ordinance banning gambling.

 

Garden City Home Values

Average Quarterly Sales Price of New compared to Existing Homes

2020 Garden CIty Home Values, Idaho Real Estate Report

 



Median Home Prices

  • New Construction: $199,950
  • Existing Homes: $231,500

Source: Intermountian MLS

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