Old Sawmill District Press

Polleys Square Condominiums       Grand Opening!

A ribbon-cutting ceremony opened the first Polleys Square condominium building in the Old Sawmill District on Thursday, July 28.  The first residents of the 23-unit building on Wyoming Street have moved in.   The first condo building – three more are planned – is part of what will eventually be $250 million in redevelopment at the site, partially financed with EB-5 funding, the largest urban infill project in Montana history.

The Dog & Bicycle Bakery Café is now the commercial tenant on the ground floor of Polley’s Square A. Polley’s Square B is under construction and scheduled to open a few months down the road.

Other projects slated for the site include a student housing project, an executive-style apartment building, a 55-and-older project, a neighborhood grocery store, a fitness center, office space and perhaps a restaurant.

Construction on Polley’s Square C will start in late October. There are four units available in A, and about half the units in B are under contract.


(Todd Jackson and Arnold Sherman meet with Former U.S. Senator and current U.S. Ambassador to China, Max Baucus and Chinese Ambassador to the U.S. Ciu Tiankai at the Old Sawmill District site in 2013. Click to enlarge.)


Baucus BRings ambassador tour to missoula

"U.S. Senator Max Baucus is on a tour of Montana with ambassadors from around the world, leading up to his Economic Development Summit."


Old Sawmill District Breaks Ground

"A groundbreaking ceremony was held at the Old Sawmill District in Missoula on Tuesday, marking the beginning of what will be a $250 million development over the next 10 years."

(Groundbreaking ceremony at the Old Sawmill District. Click to enlarge.)

(Project renderings are subject to change. Click to enlarge.)



"Nearly $23 million in foreign investment authorized under a U.S. visa program is helping fund several large projects heading for the Old Sawmill District in Missoula, Montana..."


2015: BAnner YEar for missoula Construction

"The acceleration of the national economy may find its way to Missoula next year, with tens of millions of dollars invested in several building projects that could turn 2015 into a banner year for local construction."

(Project renderings are subject to change. Click to enlarge.)