The constant changes in Bozeman's development can be hard to keep up with. New apartment buildings, hotels, and major developments are changing Bozeman's landscape. If you want to know exactly what's happening in Bozeman, here is the latest. On this page, you can find all the latest developments in downtown Bozeman like The Merin, One 11 Lofts, the East End Flats, the AC Hotel, Willson 16 and many more downtown developments. We breakdown all the new developments in Midtown Bozeman like the West Peach Condos, the Elm Concert Venue and Aspen Crossing. You can find details on the Cottonwood and Ida project on Bozeman's northeast side, along with details on the BG Mill Project and the Cannery Flats.
Based on plans submitted to the city, we are estimating that well over 1,500 residences will be built in this small corner of Bozeman over the next few years.
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.
This eclectic neighborhood has seen a lot of change over the years home to bakeries, industry and bike shops. Learn more about the latest development plans that include plenty of residential opportunities.
Development in downtown Bozeman is moving so quickly, it's hard to keep up. We keep track of all the latest hotels, condo buildings, townhomes and commercial developments in downtown Bozeman, all right here.
Bozeman's Cannery District has entered its final phase of development. Learn more about the projects underway.
Bozeman's 7th Avenue used to be known as the "commercial strip". Learn more about how it's become a focal point of redevelopment with new hotels, a brewery and music venue all planned for the future.
The most prominent commercial district on Bozeman's west side is home to Sidewinders, The Market and the future home of Town & Country Foods.
Learn more about the recent townhome and condo developments in Bozeman.
The Gallatin Valley Mall recently announced a redevelopment plan that includes the first Montana Whole Foods.
The 50 acre Yellowstone Airport Plaza development will be a mixed-use complex with hotels, restaurants, retail businesses, a movie theatre, and bowling alley.