Meridian, Idaho’s Newest Coworking Space at Eagle View Landing

We’re ramping up for the opening of Kiln’s newest location in Meridian, Idaho in April 2022. This Boise metropolitan area has a wealth of arts, culture, and outdoor activities to offer professionals and families alike. As the Kiln team prepares to welcome you to our new coworking community, we thought we’d share our favorite museums, galleries, and parks located just minutes from our location at Eagle View Landing, at the crossroads of I-84 and Eagle Road in Meridian. 

The Idaho Botanical Garden, one of Idaho’s premier botanical sanctuaries, is nestled in the Boise Foothills in the Old Penitentiary Historical District. Visitors can explore the 15 acres through self-guided and group tours, choosing from the English Garden, Rose Garden, Herb Garden, Children’s Adventure Garden, and Meditation Garden, among others. The Botanical Garden also doubles as an outdoor sculpture gallery. Finally, throughout the holiday season, the Winter Garden aGlow transforms the landscape into a twinkling wonderland. 

Initial Point Gallery, is located within the Meridian City Hall, and absolutely worth a visit. Throughout the year, the Meridian Arts Commission schedules exhibits with works from local and regional artists. The gallery is free and open to the public on weekdays. 

The Boise Art Museum has been a nexus of culture and community education for Treasure Valley since its founding in 1937. Annually, their Art in the Park event, which takes place in Julia Davis Park each Labor Day weekend, brings families, artists, and vendors together to celebrate contemporary arts and crafts. Several current exhibitions examine themes such as shared American identity, Indo-Caribbean American heritage, and popular conceptions of the American West. 

Many locals make a visit to The Flicks, a theatre showing independent, foreign and arts films, and Hollywood Classics, part of their regular routine. You can pick up classic movie snacks, but funnily enough, The Flicks have also been serving espresso beverages longer than any other business in the state! 

The Village at Linder Farms has activities involving the Treasure Valley community year-round. Most famously, their Fall Festival features hay rides, zip lines, bounce houses, and an evening bonfire. Linder Farms goes the extra mile to create family-oriented fun for the Meridian community. 

Stretching for more than 25 miles along the Boise and Meridian waterfront, the Boise River Greenbelt is a local favorite for birding, fishing, biking, skating, and running. As you meander along the path, looking up at the Boise Foothills rising above, you might get the sense that the Greenbelt has always been a fixture of outdoor life in Boise. However, the Greenbelt actually represents a massive grass-roots effort to clean the river, which had been used for dumping waste until the 1960s. 

Finally, for those hoping to stay even closer to Kiln Meridian during lunch breaks or after-work gatherings, TopGolf is being built right next door in Eagle View Landing. The golf, party venue, and sports bar brand will serve as a perfect place to socialize, network, and unwind with other Kiln members. 

Kiln Meridian Flex-Office Space Offers a Lifestyle and High-Performance Environment

About Kiln Boise:

Kiln Boise is set to open in April 2022. The space is designed for creatives, entrepreneurs, high-growth companies, and enterprise satellite teams of 2-50. We’re pulling out all the stops with our 100+ seat theatre, private workout rooms, sound studio, meeting rooms, phone booths, wellness amenities, event space, and regular programming. 

If you’re interested in an elevated workspace experience for yourself or your team, please contact our Sr. Business Development Manager, Kelsey Glazer at [email protected] or 314.583.8489. To stay close and be a part of the journey as we approach the opening of Kiln Boise, subscribe to our newsletter for updates on our launch and follow us on Instagram & Facebook accounts