Prime Development Site Available or Build-to-Suit Opportunity

TBD Mary Jane Blvd (Tract 2-B, COS 6689) Missoula, MT 59808

TBD Mary Jane Blvd (Tract 2-B, COS 6689), Missoula, MT, 59808
Mary Jane Blvd Missoula
TBD Mary Jane Blvd (Tract 2-B, COS 6689), Missoula, MT, 59808
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Apr 23, 2019


  • Prime 5.01± Acre Development Site at Planned Intersection of Mary Jane Blvd & W Broadway St
  • 144± Feet of Frontage along West Broadway
  • Access via West Broadway and Flynn Lane
  • Traffic Count of over 16,300 VPD
  • City Services (sewer/water) are at the site
  • Build to Suit Opportunities


Prime development site now available in Missoula's path of growth at the planned intersection of Mary Jane Blvd and W Broadway St! This parcel is also located near an area of robust planned housing development slated to deliver in the next 24± months. This 5.01± acre parcel has approximately 144± feet fronting West Broadway with upwards of 16,300 cars driving by a day (2018 figure). The parcel is currently located in the county and zoned C-C2 (Missoula County) with city sewer and City of Missoula water service to the site. Once annexed into the city, the property's zoning designation should allow for a wide variety of uses, including high-density multi-family, mixed use, vertical mixed use, commercial office and retail. Several commercial development projects are in the works in the immediate area. Build-to-suit opportunities are also available subject to terms agreeable to Seller.

Located on West Broadway in an area of robust residential and commercial development. Accessible via West Broadway and Flynn Lane.

Year Built: 0
Building Size: 0.0sq ft
Lot Size: 5.01 acres

Map of TBD Mary Jane Blvd (Tract 2-B, COS 6689), Missoula, MT, 59808

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