The Osborne on Main Street | Open House, September 3, 2020

Posted on September 2, 2020 by Amy Sand

Stop by for light appetizers and beverages on Thursday, 9/3 from 4:00 to 6:00PM at The Osborne on Main Street! The 4th floor, luxury office suites are now complete and available for lease. The 3rd floor is also complete and ready for buildout/leasing. Tours of the full building available.

Fourth Floor | Private Office Suites
Suite 414 - MLS ID 341185, Suite 416 - MLS ID 341184, Suite 415 - MLS ID 341183,
Suite 414 - MLS ID 341182, Suite 413 - MLS ID 341181, Suite 411 - MLS ID 341179,
Suite 410 - MLS ID 341178, Suite 409 - MLS ID 341177, Suite 408 - MLS ID 341176,
Suite 407 - MLS ID 341173, Suite 406 - MLS ID 341172, Suite 405 - MLS ID 341171,
Suite 404 - MLS ID 341169
Fourth Floor
Executive, private office suites on Main Street in Downtown Bozeman! The fourth floor of the Locati-designed, The Osborne building, boasts 17 private office suites. Ranging from 178 to 214 square feet, all have incredible Main Street and mountain views.
Each suite is furnished with custom office furniture (sit/stand desk and executive chair) from Montana Angle Worx. Enjoy complimentary conference room access, high-speed WiFi, printing center, shared kitchen, and dedicated men’s and women’s restrooms with showers and lockers. 24/7 access with tons of retail and restaurant amenities in the basement, first and second floors of this brand new building!

Third Floor | Commercial Office Space Available
MLS ID 341235
Third Floor
The 3rd floor boasts an outdoor patio and tons of natural light with expansive 360° views of Downtown Bozeman and the nearby mountain ranges. A tenant can lease the entire floor or as little as 2,000SF. The total square footage is 6,154.

The Market on Main | 1st Floor Retail Space
First Floor Plan
First Floor
The Market on Main, a dynamic downtown community space that includes 6 curated, retail opportunities alongside The Bodega and working coffee bar turned cocktail bar. In the AM, the coffee bar will be serving juices, pastries, grab-and-go breakfast with lunch options during the day. As PM approaches, the bar will serve a selection of beer, wine and spirits. The Bodega will boast easy-grab options all day with packaged wine and liquor offerings.
Contact Charlotte Durham for all of the details!
Categories: New Developments

Significant Sales: Bozeman | August

Posted on August 27, 2020 by Amy Sand
SOLD | Listed at $10,950,000
BUYER'S REPRESENTED BY CHARLOTTE DURHAM. A spectacular tribute to the Montana lifestyle. Designed by Jerry Locati as his family residence, this rare offering is truly a private sanctuary only 10 minutes to the amenities of downtown Bozeman. This luxury home speaks of quality and elevated architectural design from the moment you drive through the private gate. The stunning main home offers 3 bedrooms, 4 baths, yoga studio, wine cellar with dining area, theater, an oversized three-car garage and more. The guest home, attached via covered patio, has 3 en-suite bedrooms, loft area, kitchen and living room with fireplace. Elegant interior spaces extend effortlessly to the outdoor landscape. The home is situated on 21+/- magnificently landscaped acres which include expansive ponds teeming with rainbow trout, waterfalls, spa, lake house, multiple outdoor fireplaces and a chipping green. An entertainment barn and 5-car garage both with high-end finishes allow for endless possibilities. Listed by Mike Schlauch and Nicole Locati. Photo by Saul Creative |

SOLD | Listed at $1,495,000
SELLERS' REPRESENTED BY CHARLOTTE DURHAM. This exquisite Craftsman has it all, a very rare opportunity in Downtown Bozeman! In addition to the stunning main home, there are 3 attached, income-producing units! Updated over the last year, almost everything is new throughout the entire property, inside and out (while keeping the original charm). Adorned with intricate oak trim and thoughtful detail throughout, the main home boasts 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms. The two basement apartments have 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom each while the apartment over the garage also has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom. All of the units have separate, exterior access with off-street parking options. Endless, luxury upgrades have been made over the last year, reach out for a full list. Walking distance to everything Downtown Bozeman has to offer with amazing investment income!
Categories: Significant Sales

Significant Sales: Bozeman | July

Posted on July 31, 2020 by Amy Sand
SOLD | Listed at $899,000
SELLER'S REPRESENTED BY CHARLOTTE DURHAM. Tranquility on the water! A rare opportunity to own a newly remodeled oasis sitting on 2.25 acres with a creek flowing on three sides of the property! Located in the sought-after, Middle Creek Meadows community with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and 5,300 SF. A magnificent addition of 937 SF was recently added, including an expansive master suite and office. Oak hardwood flooring throughout the open concept living and dining area, opening up to a sanctuary of mature landscaping on the tranquil creek. Coveted privacy, yet minutes to Downtown Bozeman!

545 Arrow Trail Significant Sale Nathan Knopf

SOLD | Listed at $899,000
SELLER'S REPRESENTED BY NATHAN KNOPF AND AMY BRAUNER. Tranquility on the water! A rare opportunity to own a newly remodeled oasis sitting on 2.25 acres with a creek flowing on three sides of the property! Located in the sought-after, Middle Creek Meadows community with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and 5,300 SF. A magnificent addition of 937 SF was recently added, including an expansive master suite and office. Oak hardwood flooring throughout the open concept living and dining area, opening up to a sanctuary of mature landscaping on the tranquil creek. Coveted privacy, yet minutes to Downtown Bozeman!
Categories: Significant Sales

Managing COVID-19 in Gallatin County; A Look Behind the Scenes

Posted on June 15, 2020 by Kali Gillette

When Governor Bullock announced the shelter in place directive on March 26, 2020 in order to flatten the curve of COVID-19, Gallatin County was already ahead of the game. Gallatin County Health Department, led by Health Officer Matt Kelley, had been watching the pandemic unfold beginning in December and had formed an incident command system within the Health Department to address the coming spread of the virus in our community.

Mid-March the first case arrived. Kelley took a look at what agencies were likely to be involved if the situation escalated. Realizing the Health Department didn’t have the capacity to sustain the operation themselves, he brought in other public safety agencies and formed a Gallatin County Incident Command System Structure.

Patrick Lonergan, Chief of Emergency Management and Fire became the Incident Commander for Gallatin County’s COVID-19 response and together, they sketched out what functions they would need to manage the situation. First, they looked at what positions the Health Department currently had, and where they would need more help. “If it turned into a situation where the hospital became overwhelmed or needed to move patients around, we would need a lot of additional players,” Lonergan explained.

There were a variety of duties to manage. A comprehensive group of local agency partners including, but not limited to, the City of Bozeman, Gallatin County and Gallatin City-County Health Department formed a joint communication infrastructure to educate and inform the public. Public safety agencies such as law enforcement, the fire department and coroner’s office all played a role in planning. Once the team was in place, they began a daily planning cycle, starting with a 7:30 a.m. call to create a 24-hour incident action plan.

Logistics such as sourcing and hands-on delivery of equipment and supplies needed to be coordinated. Operationally, the Health Department needed help managing quarantine, isolation and contact tracing. Simultaneously, larger entities such as Bozeman Health, the City of Bozeman and Montana State University all had internal structures in place. Gallatin County Incident Command assumed responsibility for the coordination of the incident to be sure everyone was on the same page and moving in the same direction.

Planning moved along at this pace for the next 60 days. Gallatin County residents took the directive seriously and did their part by diligently staying home and actively social distancing. And then, the curve started to flatten. The social action worked.

While the shelter in place directive was successful, it wasn’t sustainable forever. “People have to go to work at some point,” Lonergan said. He goes on to explain, “I think everybody recognizes that the virus didn’t disappear when we shut down our communities, but it was a lot harder for it to move around. As people start moving around more and the tourist season starts, there will be more transmission of COVID-19. We don’t know what that’s going to look like, but it’s obviously a concern.”

The group is now preparing for the summer season. “Bozeman and Big Sky have good infrastructure,” Lonergan said, “but West Yellowstone needs support, they don’t have a lot of medical infrastructure.” Plans are in the works to enhance their capacity to be able to adequately test people. “If someone comes through who is not feeling well or is symptomatic, we want to make it easy for them to get tested so if they do have COVID-19, they will know and can act appropriately,” says Lonergan. “Another concern is exposure to the workforce. We want it to be easy for workers to get tested and not spread it through the workforce.”

The system is set up to adjust with the demand. For example, the county has also secured hotel rooms in West Yellowstone in the event travelers or workers need them. While we’re not out of the woods with COVID-19, Gallatin County is in a relatively good spot, given the coordinated efforts behind the scenes. Asked what advice he would impart to residents and visitors, Lonergan replied, “It’s important to take it seriously. Keep social distancing and taking health precautions such as washing your hands frequently and not touching your face. And if you think you’re sick, get tested, and stay home.”

Categories: Southwest Montana

Meet the Artist: James Weikert

Posted on September 27, 2018 by amys

Event Details:

Join us in celebrating James Weikert's art which has been created from with memories of his explorations; snapshots of static landscapes converted into living, moving compositions. Enjoy light libations and appetizers and explore our Bozeman office all at once!

Date & Time:

Wednesday, October 17th, 2018 from 4 - 6 PM

Hosted by Big Sky Sotheby's International Realty - Bozeman and Tory Cyr, Broker

Categories: Bozeman Events

MSU Homecoming Tailgate!

Posted on September 27, 2018 by amys

Event Details:

Join us for a taco bar and a Bloody Mary before the Bobcat Homecoming game, we will be here to support you in supporting the Bobcats! Park at Big Sky Sotheby's International Realty (located just south of Sola Cafe).

Date & Time:

October 13th, 2018 from 10:30 AM -1:00 PM

Hosted by Big Sky Sotheby's International Realty - Bozeman and First American Title Company

Tags: Bozeman, MSU
Categories: Bozeman Events

Neighborhood Profile - Bridger Creek Subdivision, Bozeman

Posted on December 28, 2017 by calliep

Bozeman, Montana

Built along the Bridger Creek Golf Course, the Bridger Creek Subdivision offers a mix of single family homes, townhomes, and condominiums. Each winter, the 18-hole public golf course is turned into an extensive, groomed cross country ski trail - allowing for Nordic skiing right out your back door! Located only 20 minutes from the Bridger Bowl Ski Area, Bridger Creek is the perfect neighborhood for those who love to ski and golf.


The "M" Trail
Popular hiking and mountain biking trail located a little over three miles from the subdivision.

Story Hills Trail
Single-track mountain biking, running, and hiking trail located two miles away.

Sypes Canyon Trail
Hiking and mountain biking trail located four miles away. 


Average Sale Price: $388,850

Median Sale Price: $370,000

Average Days on Market: 32

Average Price per Square Foot: $170.80

Golf shot Bridger Creek


Neighborhood Highlight - Triple Tree Ranch

Posted on October 26, 2017 by calliep


Triple Tree is an exclusive community located in the Southside of Bozeman. With large one to three acre lots and expansive mountain views, the custom homes in this neighborhood are some of the most desirable in town. There is a focus on open space, evoking the feeling living on a ranch while only being minutes from Downtown. Bordering state land provides easy access to popular nordic, hiking and biking trail systems.



  • Triple Tree Trail: Hiking and mountain biking trail located within the subdivision.
  • Sourdough Trail: Hiking, mountain biking and groomed cross country ski trail located less than two miles away.
  • Main Street to the Mountains: Trail system linking over 80 miles of trails throughout town. Access point located less than two miles from Triple Tree.


2017 MARKET STATISTICSTriple Tree Ranch

Average Sale Price: $1,376,000

Median Sale Price: $1,470,000

Average Days on Market: 172

Average Price/Square Foot: $215.34


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