Skiers react to cell tower at Bridger Bowl – KBZK

Still no cell service from this new tower, yet.  I see it as a huge plus for the Bridger Canyon area. Skiers react to cell tower at Bridger Bowl by Taylor Graham KTVM Posted: Nov 15, 2017 07:12 PM MST BOZEMAN, Mont. – As Bridger Bowl gears up for its earliest opening in nearly a.. read more →

Planners trim costs for Bozeman’s second high school

Planners trim costs for Bozeman’s second high school By Gail Schontzler Chronicle Staff Writer Nov 23, 2017 A pedestrian tunnel under Oak Street has been eliminated from the plans for Bozeman’s second high school, one of many changes made to cut construction costs by roughly $10 million. The school’s entryway façade will have less brick… read more →

Belgrade City Council approves boundary for TIF district | belgrade-news.com

As a note, the council approved the TIF district in their last meeting. Belgrade City Council approves boundary for TIF district by Freddy Monares, staff writer Nov 9, 2017 Belgrade City Council is moving ahead with a plan to revitalize the city’s downtown area. On Monday, the council unanimously gave preliminary approval to the adoption.. read more →

Belgrade City Council approves zoning change on split vote | Municipal | belgrade-news.com

Belgrade City Council approves zoning change on split vote Freddy Monares, staff writer, Belgrade News Nov 9, 2017 Belgrade City Council members in front of a packed crowd on Monday gave final approval on a three-two split vote to a controversial zoning change that will allow a developer to build 93 town homes in the.. read more →

City Commission tables vote on strategic plan bozemandailychronicle

With the results now in for the commissioner (Cunningham/Pomeroy) and mayoral races (Mehl) in Bozeman, perhaps the commissioners will feel better about either extending their timeline for this process or voting by the 27th as discussed. City Commission tables vote on strategic plan By Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer Nov 6, 2017 Bozeman’s elected officials.. read more →

U.S. West Ski Homes Continue to See Steady Investment – Mansion Global

Considering a purchase in the Big Sky, Yellowstone Club or Bridger Canyon/Bridger Bowl areas? According to Mansion Global, it’s not a bad investment, either… U.S. West Ski Homes Continue to See Steady Investment Stake your claim where snow and sky unite By Jennifer Tzeses Mansion Global 10-22-17 With its bluebird days, powdery trails, and miles.. read more →

Q3 2017 Y/Y/Y Real Estate Market Statistics and Metrics Plus Six Market Takeaways

Real Estate Market Analysis Q3 2017 Six Market Takeaways Video Single Family Homes Quarter 3 2017 showed continued median sales price acceleration across almost all areas with the exception of Big Sky. Median prices were up year over year between 9% (Livingston/City of Bozeman) and 20% (Three Forks). Days on market are indicative of a.. read more →

City hears pitch for project near airport | belgrade-news

This is a pretty awesome project for Belgrade and excited to see where it goes – but not impressed with some of the city council’s feedback – seriously, your only comment is that Belgrade should be in the name? City hears pitch for project near airport by Freddy Monares, staff writer Sep 21, 2017 (0).. read more →

Belgrade Rising | Economy | bozemandailychronicle.com

The momentum has been gaining steam for some time – Belgrade is on the cusp as the real estate market booms and buyers find it an affordable and attractive alternative to Bozeman. Belgrade Rising Sam Weber, Belgrade News Apr 20, 2017 Downtown Belgrade Michael Tucker/Belgrade News Eight miles of interstate separate Belgrade and Bozeman. The.. read more →

City Commission defines short-term rental rules | City | bozemandailychronicle.com

Will be interesting to see how this plays out and how they’ll attempt to enforce it. City Commission defines short-term rental rules By Katheryn Houghton Chronicle Staff Writer Sep 12, 2017 Bozeman City Commissioners finalized the rules short-term rentals like Airbnbs have to play by during a regular meeting Monday night. The commission adopted its.. read more →