The Simplot family wants a chance to reverse the recent denial of the JUMP project.
Simplot spokesman David Cuoio confirmed to Citydesk that the family and their developers will appear before Boise's Design Review committee on Monday, Dec. 13.
On Oct. 13, the committee voted 4-3 to deny the proposed $70 million project. JUMP,—Jack's Urban Meeting Place—was planned for the downtown block bordered by Front, Myrtle, Ninth and 11th streets. he project was to include office space, kiosks for non-profits, indoor and outdoor theaters and a salute to Idaho's agricultural history.