Archive for September, 2011
Do you hear that buzz? It’s at Montana State University and the talk is about the proposed student housing, upgrades and amenities. Here are a few stories for you to read while the developers await MSU’s approval.
Developers file preliminary application for student housing community south of MSU
“Developers have filed an informal application to build a modern student housing community and commercial district on 127 acres of farmland south of Montana State University.
RTR Holdings II is proposing to build the South University District south of Kagy Boulevard between South 19th and 11th avenues.
By filing an informal application, the developers are seeking direction and advice from Bozeman city officials prior to submitting a formal plan for final decision.
Phase one of the project – which makes up about one-fifth of the proposed development – calls for the construction of six three-story student apartment buildings and a community clubhouse west of MSU’s Bobcat Stadium.” Click here for full article by Amanda Ricker with the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.
MSU aims to build $7 million suite-style dorm to house more students
“Montana State University is proposing to build a new $7 million suite-style residence hall and spend another $8 million to fix up existing dormitories.
If approved by the state Board of Regents at its meeting this week in Billings, the new building would add about 70 more student beds to MSU’s housing stock, which already houses about 4,000 students.
A three-story, co-ed dorm, similar to the two North Hedges Suites near the SOB Barn, would be built west of the Hedges high-rise dorms.
To pay off the cost of building one new dorm and upgrading old ones, students’ room-and-board rates would be raised about 1 percent, or $40 per semester, starting in the fall of 2012.” Click here for full article by Gail Schontzler with the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.
Jason Leep of NAI Landmark Real Estate represented Bark City Doggy Day Care, LLC in its recent acquisition of a commercial lot in the Northstar Commercial Center Subdivision. Bark City will begin construction of a new pet day care facility there, this fall. The new site is located just north of Norris Road on the northwest corner of Village Center Lane and Artisan Place. Steve Olson, also of NAI Landmark Real Estate, represented the Seller.
Jason also recently represented the seller of a 68 acre parcel located off of Wierda Lane. The transaction included a financing package. Jason Leep and NAI Landmark have an additional 582 acres of excellent dry land farming ground with amazing views for sale in the immediate vicinity of Norris Road and Camp Creek Road.
Contact Jason Leep for details. 406.556.5072 email@example.com