Two new subdivisions have been approved by the city of Bozeman.
“We have just approved probably 450 units of development in the city,” Mayor Chris Mehl said, according to the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. In a city that is short on housing, this seems to be good news.
One project is about 48 acres near MSU at 11th Ave and Arnold St. This subdivision will include 32 houses, nine townhomes and five residential multi-household buildings. The project will connect existing roads and offer a second entry point to Morning Star Elementary School.
The city also approved a 28 acre site called Cottonwood Major Subdivision. It will include 8 multi-households.
Find more information in this Bozeman Daily Chronicle article.