Set in the Downtown Boise core, the BoDO redevelopment gives tenants and visitors the unique opportunity to join and explore downtown's only lifestyle center. Surrounded by new developments including JUMP, Simplot Headquarters & multiple new hotels, BoDo is another development sure to change the Boise landscape.
REDEVELOPED SQUARE FEET
RETAIL, FOOD & BEVERAGE, & ENTERTAINMENT TENANTS
The Warehouse Food Hall, located in downtown Boise, is an extension of the already thriving 8th Street dining district. The nearly 29,000+ square foot food hall houses 12+ bars & eateries and has space for up to 20+ restaurant and retail tenants.
Common seating and amenities are scattered throughout the market, and storefronts give way to patio seating for outdoor interaction. By offering smaller spaces with shared seating and amenities, start-up restaurants and those coming from the food truck community will find it easier to get a foothold in a permanent restaurant setting.
Treefort Music Hall is an artist-forward, state of the art music venue located at 722 W Broad Street in downtown Boise. Treefort will offer modern amenities with the ability to accommodate a diverse variety of musical acts and varying sizes of crowds. Its location in the heart of Boise makes it walkable to other venues like The Warehouse Food Hall, late night entertainment, bars and restaurants.
The hall will feature a rooftop patio, standing and seated space with 500-700 capacity, state of the art audiovisual capabilites, green rooms, two bar areas and a permanent merchadise retail store.
Treehouse Music Hall is expected to be open in the spring of 2023.
Downtown Boise moviegoers can now enjoy the latest blockbusters at BoDo Cinema.
Boasting two giant screen auditoriums with Dolby Atmos technology for immersive sound, nine all-laser projection auditoriums, luxury electric recliners and chaise loungers, and modern sophisticated finishes, the former Edwards location has been completely transformed by Cinema West, known for Meridian's Village Cinema.