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Southwest Montana and Bozeman Commercial Real Estate

Bozeman, Montana Small Businesses – Home to Montana State University (MSU)

Bozeman boasts a highly educated, professional workforce (~43 percent of Bozeman’s residents have a bachelors degree). Gallatin County, Montana consistently scores high as a “most livable town” in the US. Gallatin County has received ‘As’ in “vibrancy and vitality” as well as “civic capacity and engagement.”

Colorado College in Colorado Springs, CO recently recognized Gallatin County as the best place in the Rockies for healthy living and small business creation in its “State of the Rockies Report Card.”

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Montana Commerical Real Estate Butte Post Building Zeppies Bar
For Sale the Historic Butte Post Building & Zeppies Bar
Zeppies Bar Montana Commercial Real Estate For Sale
For Sale – Zeppies Bar, Butte Montana – Liquor License!
Butte, Montana Commercial Real Estate
Butte Post Building with Zeppies Bar
SOLD! -Full Liquor License
  • Main floor Pub – 6380 sq ft with 1909 tiger mahogany antique back bar, original wood floors, pool room, dance hall.
  • Second Floor – 6380 sq ft with Wine/Martini Art Lounge with original maple floors, canopy bar, marble tables, leather chairs and couches, a fireplace, new bathrooms. Large upstairs space could be perfect for a loft or apartment.
  • Basement – 7920 sq ft  with Walk-in Cooler. Newer electrical, plumbing, and sewer.
  • FULL LIQUOR LICENSE included!!

The Pub was one of the locations for the Walt Disney Studio’s 1998 documentary titled “The Irish in America: Long Journey Home,” which features interviews with Butte’s Irish. The pub and Butte’s Irish heritage have been featured in several publications, including Irish America, The World of Hibernia, and Montana Magazine.

 Butte Post Mining-Era Landmark – Zeppies Backbar and Additional Building Features

This corner landmark is part of Butte’s National Historic Landmark District. Architect Herman Kemma, who began his Butte practice in 1898, designed this attractive mining-era landmark at the end of his productive career.

The two-story building of brick and concrete, constructed in 1922 for $45,000, features large arched ground-floor windows and a series of brick pilasters in the upper floor. One of Butte’s long-time newspapers The Butte Daily Post moved its printing operation into this building in 1923, without missing a single issue, and continued publication in the building until 1950.

The Pub’s tin ceiling and hard wood floors are original. The front and back bar were formerly located at the now-closed Montana Bar on Butte’s East Park Street. The Victorian-design front bar is dated 1895, and the back bar is dated 1909, and features tiger mahogany, mother of pearl with ebony and ivory inlays.

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 Where to find the best quality of life
Bizjournals – August 7, 2006, by G. Scott Thomas

If small-town life holds special appeal for you, look out West. Seven of the 10 highest-ranked cities that offer the best quality of life are in Western states, according to a new study by Bizjournals. Topping the list is Bozeman, Montana…”


 Best Places to Retire: Bozeman, Montana
US News & World Report – September 20, 2007,
by Alison Go

“…Bozeman is home to Montana State University, but it has also become a mecca to vacationers and tech-industry workers, along with retirees looking for peace, quiet, culture, community, and the great outdoors….”