Commissioners Approve New West End Market and Shopping Center

Bozeman City Commissioners approved plans for a new market on the West side of Bozeman. The Commissioners approved a conditional use permit for a new 21,000 sq. ft commercial space that will be used primarily for food and beverage based businesses.

The building will help provide more commercial diversity to Bozeman’s fast growing west end of town. The building currently will house one main business space, which will be filled by a The Market at Ferguson Farm. Currently, Commissioners hope the other tenants and businesses will fit into the farmer’s market type setting. The space would include a full-liquor license and its costs would be shared among tenants. The building hopes to attract bakers, wine and seafood vendors, retailers and restaurants. The building may also have one or two offices as well.

The market is scheduled to open in the summer of 2016 and is part of a greater plan to divide 19 acres west of Ferguson Road into 18 commercial lots.

Bozeman continues to expand and commissioners continue to work hard making sure the proper infrastructure has been put in place. The Market at Ferguson Farm will help provide new places for Bozemanites when in need of good food and drink.

 

Source:  http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/news/economy/plans-move-ahead-for-market-space-in-west-bozeman/article_127d2413-6281-54d7-9cec-566b04b70256.html

http://www.nbcmontana.com/news/commissioners-move-forward-with-plans-for-west-bozeman-market/33639634

 

 

 

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