CentrePark Flats are Bozeman's newest condo development with prices starting at $285,000. They are centrally located with open space on three sides, a rarity in multi-family development. The project features three 18-plex buildings. Each building includes three levels with 6 two bedroom/two bathroom units on each level. Each unit will be single level with a finished area of 1,124 square feet with 9 ft ceilings on the first and second floors and vaulted ceilings on the third level.
The units feature tiled backsplash in the kitchen, tiled master bath shower and floor, remote controlled heating and cooling, electric fireplace and a full appliance package. Construction features include wood structural framing, a combination of low maintenance board and bat, cement board lap siding, and corrugated metal exterior walls, a sloped metal roof, central heating and air conditioning, and a fire-preventative sprinkler system.
Each CentrePark Flats unit will have either a covered patio area or covered exterior deck to take in the surrounding mountain views and to enjoy the surrounding open space.
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
The site has an approximate area of 133,729 square feet or 3.070 acres. The area borders open space on three sides. To the east and south is common open space for the Stoneridge Square Subdivision and to the west by Rose Park. The CentrePark Flats are central to everything in Bozeman.
The CentrePark Flats are located in between Oak Street and Baxter Lane, off of N.19th making it easy to get to everything in Bozeman. The project will include three 18-plex buildings that will be individually condominiumized.
Learn More about the location
Gallatin Valley has always been a crossroads. Long ago, various tribes such as the Shoshone, Bannock, Nez Perce, and Blackfeet hunted and passed through the area on their way to Yellowstone to pursue buffalo. Because of this, the Blackfeet called it the "many come-together-country". Usually when passing through, tribes would stay for a few days in Bozeman to trade and barter with local cowboys. This shows Bozeman's long history of a diverse group of people sharing the land and all it has to offer. As Bozeman grows, we continue to be a crossroads of new and diverse people making their home here and sharing the land. The CentrePark Flats are at the center of Bozeman and Centre comes from the British spelling of the word meaning “meeting place”.