The Hoff Building
802 W BANNOCK ST, BOISE, ID
A downtown Boise landmark, The Hoff Building is known for its ornate Renaissance Revival architecture.
Iconic downtown building at the corner of 8th and Bannock Street, just steps from the Idaho Capitol Building. Named "Best Office Building" in the 2023 Idaho Business Review Reader Rankings.
The Hoff Building was originally constructed in 1930 as the Art Deco 400-room Hotel Boise. It was Boise’s first skyscraper, and for many years was the tallest private building in Idaho. Designed by architect Frank Hummel of the Portland, Oregon firm Tourtellotte & Hummel, the Hotel Boise was the most stylistically ambitious community-development hotel project of a period that saw similar hotel designs produced in the Northwest by Tourtellotte & Hummel in Bend, Grants Pass, Ashland, and Baker, Oregon, as well as Pullman, Washington. Constructed for $850,000, the Hotel Boise was an astonishing project in its time, in that the momentum behind its capitalization and adventurous design managed to sustain the project when the market crash of 1929 nearly brought building activity to a complete halt in the early 1930’s.
The building includes twelve above ground stories, plus a penthouse and a full basement. A major renovation and conversion in 1978 brought the building to modern standards without sacrifice of its “Art Deco” exterior design. Continued upgrades and renovations have been on going, keeping the subject property in stunning condition.
$16-$22 PSF FSEJ
• Walkability to Idaho Capitol Building and downtown dining, retail and entertainment
• Common area conference room and bike storage
• City and foothill office views
• 3 miles from Boise Airport