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Monthly Archives: March 2024

    The Franklin | Custom Design Schemes & Finish Packages

    By Ashley Keller | March 15, 2024

    Partner Spotlight: Alder & Tweed At Alder and Tweed we design luxurious homes that tell a story—weaving together narratives of the lives that live within each interior space—spoken through layers of sumptuous textiles, thoughtful materials and refined surfaces. Our aim is always to produce spaces that epitomize livable luxury from room to room by way... Read More

    Local Art Showcased at Wildlands – Downtown Bozeman

    By Ashley Keller | March 11, 2024

    by Taylor Owens Inside and outside of the new Wildlands development, one can expect to find hyper-local, artistic touches to complete the building.  Recently, Kelsey Dzintars has finished a new wrap on the inside of the Wildlands elevator featuring a colorful, vinyl wrap mural of a custom art piece. This vinyl mural wrap showcases a... Read More

    A Walk Through Bozeman’s Northeast Neighborhood

    By EJ Daws | March 8, 2024

    By Taylor Owens Bozeman’s northeast neighborhood is the city’s up and coming community born out of the roots of the Brewery Historic District. This neighborhood is also home to Wildlands, the newest bespoke living community, settled in the heart of the neighborhood. Wildlands units are footsteps away from the best coffee shops, music venues, fitness... Read More

    Bozeman’s Resilience & Big Sky’s Attractions Fuel Continued Real Estate Allure

    By EJ Daws | March 8, 2024

    By Taylor Owens The allure of Southwest Montana persists even as national real estate markets slow down. Gallatin County stands out as one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States. Private jet usage at Yellowstone International Airport increased 5-6% last year, and investors continue to eye the area as reflected by nearly 40% of... Read More

    Sandhill: Setting the Standard for Sustainable Living in Bozeman

    By EJ Daws | March 8, 2024

    By Taylor Owens The new Sandhill development located off of Kagy Boulevard in Bozeman, Montana spans 160+ acres featuring 34 unique homesites. The community’s landscape stands as a testament to Montana’s rich history with lots between two and three plus acres with views directly to the Bridger Mountains and access to mountain bike, running and... Read More

    Every Stay is a Return to Home

    By EJ Daws | March 8, 2024

    Elevate your next Big Sky stay with Ascend Properties By Taylor Owens Experience a new standard in luxury property management with Ascend Properties in Big Sky. Ascend offers personalized, boutique-level services tailored to meet the unique needs of each guest and property owner. Whether you’re a visitor looking for an unforgettable getaway or an owner... Read More

    A Closer Look at Poliform Kitchen Cabinetry in Wildlands

    By EJ Daws | March 8, 2024

    Where Western Tradition Meets Modern Aesthetic By Taylor Owens Studio Como, a design haven with a rich history dating back to 2004, has carved a niche for itself in the world of luxury interiors. Studio Como proudly represents Poliform, a prominent Italian brand that has become synonymous with sophisticated and modern home furnishings. Installed in... Read More

    Montana Expressions

    By EJ Daws | March 8, 2024

    Where Western Tradition Meets Modern Aesthetic By Taylor Owens Nestled between Big Sky and Bozeman, Montana Expressions is a thoughtfully curated space housing an interior design firm and retail store filled with furniture of all types, antiques, accessories and home goods. Each piece speaks to the enduring Western style that this area is known for,... Read More

    Insights from Big Sky’s Finest: Q&As with Local Experts

    By EJ Daws | March 8, 2024

    Meet Tallie Lancey and Michael Pitcairn, Leading Real Estate Professionals in Big Sky By Taylor Owens In the heart of Big Sky, two remarkable real estate professionals share their stories and insights into the thriving real estate industry. In this exclusive Q&A, learn about their individual journeys into the world of real estate, what sets... Read More

    Lone Peak Tram ‘One Hell of a Birthday Present’ for Resort’s 50th

    By EJ Daws | March 8, 2024

    Big Sky Resort cuts the ribbon on new tram, soon to abutt new Explorer Gondola and expand base-to-peak scenic tourism By Jack Reaney As the new Lone Peak Tram climbs above Lone Mountain’s Alto Ridge, the Madison Range rises into southern sight. The 11,166-foot summit has been served by tram for almost 30 years, but... Read More