urban planning

A VISION FOR BOZEMAN'S NORTHEAST NEIGHBORHOOD

A VISION FOR BOZEMAN'S NORTHEAST NEIGHBORHOOD

In the historic Ellen Theater in downtown Bozeman, the visiting American Institute of Architecture team made their final presentation on their recommendations from the full draft report of the Bozeman R/UDAT study, a culmination of the Bozeman R/UDAT program, which engaged the community to plan the future of the distinctive and historic Northeast Neighborhood area.

As part of their recommendations, the group divided the study area into four distinct districts.

BOZEMAN R/UDAT NORTHEAST NEIGHBORHOOD DISTRICT

BOZEMAN R/UDAT NORTHEAST NEIGHBORHOOD DISTRICT

Bozeman is one of three communities nationally that has been chosen for the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Regional / Urban Design Assistance Team (R/UDAT) project. The focus area for the Bozeman R/UDAT is the Northeast Neighborhood District. Within the area within the orange R/UDAT study boundary, 70% of land has potential for redevelopment in the next ten years. In addition, Montana Department of Transportation (MDOT) is spending $40M to redo and upgrade the Rouse corridor.