Bozeman commission funds Graf Street connection from 19th to South Third – BDC

Roadways continue to be a hot topic in the City of Bozeman.  Antiquated roads and lack of thoroughfares have caused more traffic issues as our population grows. The city commissioners are making moves to use some of the impact fees that the construction boom have brought into the coffers… Bozeman commission funds Graf Street connection.. read more →

Bozeman ranks 3rd in The Best College Towns to Live In – 2016 Edition | SmartAsset.com

‘Tis the season of the list.  Bozeman ranks yet again on a top ten list.  This time as a solid university town to live in…read on… The Best College Towns to Live In – 2016 Edition Amanda Dixon Sep 13, 2016 SmartAsset.com A college town can be a fun place to live even as an.. read more →

New York Post votes Bozeman one of the 15 best places to live in the US

Bozeman, yet again, ranks again at the top of another high profile list of quality places to live in the United States.  This time in the New York Post Time Out section. Read on… 15 Best Places to Live in the US New York Post By Becky Dalzell, Time Out September 14, 2016 American cities.. read more →

15 Nonstop Flights to Bozeman You Need to Know About

Bozeman is growing and so is our business and tourism economies. Did you know there are 15 nonstop flights to destinations around the country to and from Bozeman? 15 Nonstop Flights to Bozeman You Need to Know About Posted by Visit Bozeman on Aug 11, 2016 8:00:00 AM Bozeman-Yellowstone International Airport is the busiest airport.. read more →

Fiber Optic Loop – Bozeman enters the 21st Century

Bozeman Fiber is in the process of building a high performance fiber network around Bozeman.  This network will be available to a host of communications companies – allow for high speed, redundant internet service around the city.  Bozeman did not directly benefit from the Montana Opticom service that was installed throughout the ‘rural’ areas of.. read more →

County Commission OKs law and justice center bond for ballot – Belgrade News

Looks like it’s coming to a vote! More to come on this as we approach November. County Commission OKs law and justice center bond for ballot Troy Carter, Bozeman Daily Chronicle via Belgrade News August 11, 2016 Gallatin County commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday to put a $68.3 million bond issue on the November ballot… read more →

Bozeman Commission approves temporary ban of vacation rental CUPs

I’d have to agree with the ‘Draconian’ flavor of this move – but reading deeper you’ll notice it is only a ban on conditional use permits in these zones.  And there were only 5 ever issued to start off with. Still, high drama in the City of Bozeman. Commission approves temporary ban of vacation rental.. read more →

Quarter 2 2016 Market Update

As we approach the end of July, one third of the way through Quarter 3 2016, we can look back and compare quarter 2 2016 with that of 2015. There are some very interesting statistics as we drill down into the market data.  Interested in where your property would be positioned in this market?  Contact.. read more →

Bozeman population growth #1 in state – BDC

The real estate market is feeling the pressure of the influx – especially in central Bozeman. This short article summarizes where we are with area growth… Bozeman population growth outpaces other Montana cities Jul 21, 2016 Bozeman Daily Chronicle BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — U.S. Census estimates show that Bozeman’s population growth is outpacing that of.. read more →

Law and justice price tag set at $71.5 million – BDC

In other news, last night’s City Commission meeting saw an approval to send the new law and justice center to public bond vote in November.  More about the center below…. Law and justice price tag set at $71.5 million By Troy Carter 6-12-16 After months of preparation, local officials in Bozeman said the price tag.. read more →