Glen Lake Live Work Lot

Block 1 Lot 1 Iron Horse Rd Bozeman, MT 59715

Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Aug 06, 2020


  • Ideal for Mixed Use, Commercial Development with Multiple Units
  • Convenient Access to Interstate and Arterial Streets
  • Dramatic Views of Glen Lake and the Bridger Mountan Range
  • Walking Distance to East Gallatin Recreation Area and Trails


Choice building lot available in one of Bozeman's newest commercial subdivisions, offering M-1 zoning, with mixed use opportunities in a prime location on the Northeast side of Bozeman. Glen Lank Commerce Subdivision boasts a community atmosphere with a dramatic, views of the Bridger Mountain Range while overlooking Glen Lake. This lot is walking distance to Map Brewing and the trail system surrounding the East Gallatin Recreation Area. The development offers quick access to the interstate and main arterial roads into and around Bozeman. With a total of 15 lots in the subdivision, this is a limited opportunity with lots selling quickly.

Excellent location with dramatic, views of the Bridger Mountain Range over looking Glen Lake. This property is within a half block of the water, Map Brewing, and the trail system surrounding the East Gallatin Recreation Area. Quick access to the interstate (I-90) and main arteries into and around Bozeman.

Building Class: A
Lot Size: 0.22 acres

Map of Block 1 Lot 1 Iron Horse Rd, Bozeman, MT, 59715

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