Bozeman and the surrounding areas of Big Sky, Yellowstone and Paradise Valley have seen an influx of visitors who wanted to take advantage of our wide-open spaces, fishing, hiking, biking, camping and site-seeing in Yellowstone. Bozeman used to be a sleepy little cow town but has really hit the map in the last few months. We were experiencing a healthy growth for many years, with the market only seeing a downturn in 2008-2010 that everyone experienced. The trend of the great western migration will continue as the uncertainty of cities continues, wildfires ravage the west coast and hurricanes beat up the southeast.
With all of the demand to head west, we have been gifted three new direct flights. Charlotte, NC will start offering a direct flight in December on American, Nashville, TN started in May with a non-stop flight to Bozeman on Allegiant for as low as $66 one-way, and Fort Lauderdale, FL will run JetBlue direct to Bozeman starting December 18. Click here for a list of all 18 direct flights to the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport.
Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is Montana’s busiest airport, providing the only year-round service for two Yellowstone National Park entrances. BZN also serves Big Sky Ski Resort, Bridger Bowl Ski Area, Montana State University, as well as countless other recreation and business destinations in the Bozeman, Belgrade and Livingston area. Located in the heart of beautiful Gallatin Valley, we provide non-stop flights to 21 cities in the United States with connections all over the world. On Nov. 5, 2020, the Bozeman-Yellowstone International Airport will send off their first flight from their new B concourse terminal expansion. The expansion will add four new gates with more than 75,000 square foot terminal area.
If you're looking for a place to pop in and out of Bozeman, this downtown luxury condo is the perfect spot!
5 West Mendenhall #418
1 Beds | 2 Baths | 1,256 sq. ft. | MLS# 349016
Rooftop Deck Access
A desirable corner unit featuring contemporary aesthetic, high-end finishes, an open floor plan, a well-appointed kitchen with stainless steel Bosch appliances, a light-filled living room with a dining area, a master bedroom suite, window coverings throughout, a guest powder room, and a laundry area. If you are looking for a unique property in Bozeman this is it. Convenience, ground floor restaurant amenities ( Urban Kitchen and Nina's ), rooftop garden with fire pits and seating for residents, underground parking and storage, elevators, and security. One block to Main Street and across the street from the new Armory Hotel. 5 West is arguably the place to own and live in downtown Bozeman.