The Northeast End of Boise is rich in history from Fort Boise to Warm Springs Ave (Boise boasts the nations most developed geothermal infrastructure) to the Old State Penitentiary (now a botanical gardens and museum) to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Oh, and did we mention, all while resting on the north shore of the Boise River just east of Downtown?!
Warm Springs Ave is the Northeast End's most iconic street. Home to some of Boise's most expensive homes, its also the artery to get from Downtown to Table Rock, The Old Idaho State Pen and the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Oh, and its got its name from the geothermal spring the heats all the homes in the area and downtown! But of course there are a number of great residential areas as well. Recently, Harris Ranch has seen the most new development. But the more established neighborhood's on the Warm Spring's Mesa and in the Foothills East. The Northeast End is where Boise's story is told!
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