Archive for December, 2011
- Chris Pope and Steve Olson of NAI Landmark Real Estate represented the Trustee for the Bankruptcy Court, Mr. Joe Womack, in the 363 bankruptcy sale of the Lodge at Big Sky. The Lodge is one of three hotels on the mountain at the foot of ski runs. The 90 room property was sold by auction to the highest bidder for $3.6M.
- Farm Credit Services has expanded and renewed its lease at 1001 Oak Street in Bozeman. The company will now occupy the entire ground floor formerly of Opus Restaurant and PreFix and half of the second floor.
- If you are wondering what is being built on Lot 11 in the Northstar subdivision in Four Corners just north of Buffalo Bump Pizza is a new dog boarding kennel.
- NAI Landmark has listed for sale three buildings just across the street from the new SIMMS headquarters in Four Corners. The property currently is home to Taco Time and Kenco Security. The 12 condos aggressively priced.
Jobs, energy savings and more. That’s what’s happening on the corner of 19th and Main Street in Bozeman.
Safeway closes old store, opens new store
Safeway’s new store opening today could be the first supermarket in Montana to be Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-certified.
Located at the northeast corner of 19th Avenue and Main Street, the $12 million, 58,000-square-foot store opens at noon.
“It’s designed to use at least 17 percent less energy than an ASHRAE-baseline building,” Safeway spokeswoman Sara Osborne said, referring to a LEED standard set by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers.
Amanda Ricker, Chronicle Staff Writer | Friday December 2nd, 2011 – click to read full article