Development in Northwest Bozeman - Bozeman Real Estate Group


The Northwest side of Bozeman has seen a surge of development in the past few years. The new Bozeman high school, Gallatin High is located in the heart of this part of town, as is the 100-Regional Park, making it an ideal place for future development.

Bozeman Gateway

The Bozeman Gateway development currently stretches from Rosauers to Kohls. There is still quite a bit of development happening in this area, with future plans calling for a hotel, apartments, and more commercial buildings. Right now, just southwest of Kohls, plans have been approved for four apartment buildings on 8.7 acres bordering West Garfield and Harmon Street Boulevard. Plans have also been approved for a 4-story hotel just west of Rosauers on 2.97 acres that will have 113 rooms. 

The Lumberyard

Developers have started the process for a mixed-use development behind Kenyon Noble on Oak Street. The 12-acre parcel between North 11th and North 15th has plans to include both commercial and residential development under B-2M zoning. The goal of the Lumberyard project is to create a walkable neighborhood with multi-family and workforce housing plus office and retail space. This development is currently in the application process.

Silo Annexation

This proposed development is in the beginning stages. It is located 115 acres west of Davis and south of Valley Center Drive. Developers are proposing it be annexed into the city as it currently sits outside of city limits. The developers are looking for it to be zoned residential-emphasis mixed-use so they can build both single-family homes and apartments, as well as commercial. Rezoning and annexation are expected to be an easy process and the development should move forward soon.

2305 Durston Road - Annie Subdivision Phase 4

If you drive down Durston Road regularly, you may have noticed a big change to the landscape just west of The Holiday gas station. A 3 +/- acre lot that used to be thick with trees has been cleared and the existing shop and home have been leveled, paving the way for phase 4 of the Annie Subdivision. According to planning documents, this new subdivision will have 20 lots total including 16 townhome lots, 2 multi-family lots, 1 single family lot, and 1 open space lot. The developer is listed as WGM Group, a Montana-based company.

Six Range Condominiums

This project is proposing 182 residential apartments to be built on 8+ acres on the southwest corner of Ferguson Avenue and Babcock Street. The project was submitted to the city in October 2021 and has not been approved yet. This project would be a major development for the area, with 8 buildings and over three hundred parking spaces. The land is currently vacant with the Cottonwood Condos bordering the southern side of the property.

Northwest Crossing

Coming Spring 2023 is Bozeman's newest master-planned community. Located kittycorner to Gallatin High School at Oak and Cottonwood. There will be over 150,000 square feet of commercial space and over 700 residences, including a 350-unit luxury apartment community. The commercial space will consist of dining, retail, office, entertainment, and more. The vision is for a walkable streetscape to connect businesses and residents and create a place for community gatherings.

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Ferguson Farm

This is an area of continued commercial development in Bozeman. So far, there are several commercial buildings and businesses in place including The Market, Sidewinders, the Schedulicity offices, Single Barrel Liquor and Bar and many others. There are many plans for continued development in this area. Town & Country Foods has submitted plans to build a grocery store on 4+ acre parcel at the corner of Resort Drive and Fallon Street. And plans for Phase II of Ferguson Farm are proposing 35 residental and commercial buildings on 31-acres just east of the existing Ferguson Farm developments. For more information on Ferguson Farm, click here.

Park View Crossings

Park View Crossings is a proposed residential subdivision located on the northern edge of the 100-acre park and to the west of The Crossing subdivision. The development would be 7 acres with nine 4-plexes, two 3-plexes, and one 2 plex for a total of 33 units. The applicant is a Texas-based developer by the name of Campeche Shores Development Company, LLC

Flanders Mill

There are several established subdivisions in the northwest side of Bozeman such as Harvest Creek and Oak Springs as well as newer ones that are continuing to fill in like West Winds and the Lakes at Valley West. The newest and one of the largest is Flanders Mill. It has gained a lot of attention this past year with homes now going for over a million dollars! It's a beautiful subdivision with trails, parks, and ponds sitting right next to Gallatin High School. Flanders Mill is full of large custom homes, many with ADU's that add to the value of these properties. The newest development in Flanders Mill is 15 multi-story apartment buildings that will consist of seven 12-plexes, three 6-plexes, and five 4-plexes.


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