News from the Knoff Group

New Subdivision – New Roads. Bozeman Continues to Build

Anyone driving around the Bozeman area will notice the swing of hammers and new construction, both residential and commercial, popping up around the valley.  Many of these projects have been infill in nature – undeveloped lots in existing developments that were held during the recession and now being built upon.  The tide is changing, however.  …

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Bozeman Daily Chronicle: Booming Bozeman – Development, building pick up page as economic recovery continues

Commercial is picking up in Bozeman to accommodate the new subdivisions and neighborhoods that are expanding to the west of N 19th.  Huffine to Four Corners will experience a huge amount of commercial growth over the coming years – including new restaurants, service stations and other smaller businesses.  This article is an interesting one, from …

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Bozeman planning department hits one day record – building permit submissions

There is a verifyable building boom going on in the Gallatin Valley.  The City of Bozeman Planning department hit the one day record for building permit submissions last week.  Reported by Erin Stauttaher in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle… Bozeman planning department sets one-day record for building permit submissions ERIN SCHATTAUER, Chronicle Staff Writer The city …

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New building under construction in Town Center | Explore Big Sky

New commercial is a good sign – Big Sky is growing. New building under construction in Town Center Phase 1 of new apartments, business space By Emily Wolfe Explore Big Sky Managing Editor BIG SKY – Perhaps you’ve noticed the mountain of dirt sitting just east of Lone Peak Cinema. By November, it will be …

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Bozeman builders will be allowed to defer impact fees

The City of Bozeman has decided to allow developers to ‘defer’ their payment of impact fees until the Certificate of Occupancy is granted – this allows builders to not have to ‘up front’ the cost of the fees at the start of construction, instead allowing them to be paid when the construction is completed.  Strangely …

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