Many of the people work at places in West Boise like Hewlett Packard typify the work experience that residents here enjoy. Although the tech giant brings big business and big money to the Treasure Valley, the atmosphere on campus is friendly and casual and offers plenty of opportunity for growth. In this way, this piece of West Boise real estate reflects a larger trend in the Boise workplace, which in turn promotes a rapid growth of opportunities in the area in not only employment, but recreation and health as well.
For example, driving away from Hewlett Packard brings residents here to the West Boise YMCA. It counts as one of the most versatile places that residents of this area encounter. People who buy homes for sale in West Boise, Idaho find that this facility provides a full spectrum of activities. Hard core workout enthusiasts can get the good burn on by visiting the weight-lifting areas of the gym with regularity. Competitive sports lovers will appreciate the basketball gym or the racquetball courts. The climbing wall fulfills a person's sense of adventure and the 50-meter pool with water slide brings the spirit of fun to a workout. There's also a drop-off childcare service plus separate lockers for adults, families and special needs. This is definitely one of the bonuses of living in the Treasure Valley.
And fortunately, for health and recreation enthusiasts, the offerings of West Boise real estate don't end with Hewlett Packard and the YMCA. The Meridian Town Center is now coming to the early stages of the completion of its first phase. This really will be a one-stop shop for everything. The grounds surrounding this lifestyle center just happens to be Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park. This 60 acre park offers people who buy the homes for sale in West Boise, Idaho more than just an expanse of grass. It's a place where residents gather to play the Italian game of Bocce; drop a line in the water and fish; listen to outdoor concerts in the bandshell; gather for picnics; or find the deepest parts of themselves by walking the Labyrinth.
Beyond this lies the Meridian Town Center itself. This state-of-the-art piece of West Boise real estate is modeled after the great lifestyle center, the Bridgeport Village in Oregon. Some 200,000 square feet of space has already been rented out in this complex, which will bring together retail space, restaurants and entertainment on one patch of land. Aside from being a place to shop and eat, people who buy one of the homes for sale in West Boise will discover it's just a great place to hang out. WiFi in the area plus cool coffee shops make this hub a spot that can't be missed in the Treasure Valley.
Residents here enjoy additional green space in the form of DeMeyer Park. Smaller in size in comparison to Kleiner Park, this 11-acre park offers residents access to a volleyball and basketball court, a playground area and plenty of places to picnic. The park also offers restrooms and drinking fountains. These area recreational hubs exist throughout the area, making it possible to hop in the car and arrive at these destination locations in just a few minutes' time.
The other important component that both the lifestyle center and the parks in the area point to is health, and fortunately, one piece of West Boise real estate has that in droves. Although residents buying homes here can go to St. Al's near the Towne Square Mall or St. Luke's in downtown Boise, the reality of the matter is, they don't need to. St. Luke's Meridian campus is a stone's throw away from all these other amenities, and like its downtown counterpart, provides clients here with the best medical services the valley has to offer. Whether it's for the purposes of a wellness check or an unfortunate emergency surgery, people coming here are in good hands. It counts as one of the major reasons that people buying homes for sale in West Boise, Idaho take great comfort in living and working in the new hub of the Treasure Valley.