Here is the latest on six of Bozeman's newest subdivisions.
#1. White Horse Ranch Subdivision
The 60 acre White Horse Ranch subdivision will be located off of Baxter Lane next to the Black Bull subdivision. Plans for the subdivision include single-family homes and townhouses on lots that range in size from .07 acres to just over an acre. The White Horse Ranch subdivision will have 12 acres of open space, two parks, recreation fields, picnic areas, a pickleball court, and horseshoe pit. There will be trails throughout the subdivision with hopes to connect to future trail systems along Baxter and Love Lanes.
#2. Creekside Meadows
The Creekside Meadows subdivision in Four Corners will be home to 96 single-family homes on 55 acres just west of Bozeman. Located between Shandalyn Lane and Black Bull Trail, the lot sizes in the Creekside Meadows subdivision will range in size from .18 to .367 acres. According to the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, the subdivision will include 20 acres of park space that will be connected by a trail system.
#3. Gran Cielo
Gran Cielo is another addition to a fast-growing corner of Southwest Bozeman. This 49-acre subdivision is located just west of 19th Avenue between Graf and Stucky Road. The preliminary plat shows 124 residential lots with a 4+ acre park at the center. This subdivision is located just west of the Talbach House Condominiums and north of the Meadow Creek subdivision.
#4. Cottonwood Major Subdivision
Plans submitted to the city for the Cottonwood Major Subdivision show a 28-acre high-density subdivision with more than 400 housing units. This subdivision is located east of the Loyal Garden subdivision near Cottonwood and Huffine. There is potential for a walking path to be included in the subdivision that could eventually continue to the surrounding neighborhoods.
#5. The Highlands Bozeman
While this subdivision is not new, there are big plans to develop 500 acres of open space just east of Highland Boulevard and north of Kagy Boulevard. The existing retirement community The Knolls at Hillcrest is the first stage of this major development. The master plan shows more future residential development, villages, a market place, a multi-use campus, and shops. Currently, this open space is the backdrop for many recreators as they make their way down this popular section of the Main Street to the Mountains trail. While the plans indicate that the trail will be unaffected, it will be a major change for the area. You can see The Highlands master plan on the project website.
#6. Northwest Crossing
The Northwest Crossing subdivision is a proposed 160-acre subdivision west of the Gallatin County Regional Park on Cottonwood and Oak Street. Because this project is not yet approved, details are scarce but plans show that this subdivision will be a mix of residential and commercial developments.