Great Falls Rescue

Great Falls, MT (2015)

After standing vacant for nearly a decade, the final lot leveled by a 2009 natural gas explosion is bringing new community benefits to downtown Bozeman.

COMMUNITY IMPACT
  • 4 FTE jobs
  • 70 construction jobs
FINANCING SOURCES
  • NMTC Amount: $10,189,000
  • Total Project Cost: $10,967,595
  • CDE(s): Mofi
PROJECT LOCATION

408 Second Avenue South

Great Falls, MT 59405

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Project Description

After standing vacant for nearly a decade, the final lot leveled by a 2009 natural gas explosion is bringing new community benefits to downtown Bozeman. The new Osborne Building at 233 E. Main St. is an innovative reflection of Bozeman’s modern economy, with restaurant space, rental office space for nonprofits that serve low-income communities, and flexible office space for startups and small businesses. The concept for the new 33,000-square-foot building was developed by local businessmen Bryan Klein, Casey Durham, Chad Bottcher and Jamie Bottcher, who wanted to find a solution for the lot that would not only address a longstanding vacancy but also help meet community needs.

  • Adult Education| Behavioral Health| College or Vocational Training| Community| Disaster Recovery| Food Bank or Pantry| FQHCs| Healthcare| HFFI| Homeless Services| Homeless Shelter| Restaurants and Catering| Retail, Restaurants and Service Sector| Shelters and Community Food

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