What used to be a full-service auto shop which has seen many uses and occupants over time– including an electrical supply business–obscuring the building’s character is now a newly renovated delicatessen market and eatery building at 326 East Mendenhall Street in Bozeman, Montana. This adaptive reuse project transformed the longstanding building at the corner of Mendenhall Street and Rouse Avenue into Montana Provisions Deli Market and Eatery which opened its doors early this year. The renovation work included adding openings to existing masonry walls, a new canopy, and additional roof-top equipment that required a retrofit to the wooden roof joist and beam framing.
Built in 1908, and unused since 2005, the Rialto Theater has been given new life as a cultural resource and entertainment venue in the heart of downtown Bozeman. After an extensive two-year remodel and seismic retrofit the Rialto re-opened its doors to patrons early this year. The majority of the historic building’s interior was removed to fit the new architectural program. Developers including ThinkTank Design Group collaborated with general contractor North Fork Builders and structural engineers Nishkian Monks to repurpose the interior spaces, enhancing the patron’s experience, while maintaining the building’s existing exterior design.
The transformation of a former pea cannery in Bozeman’s Cannery District on the northeast end of town into a four-story office/mixed-use facility is almost complete. Construction crews are hard at work throughout the site, finishing details and completing those areas not yet ready for public access. The developers, Cannery District Partners LLC, with Comma-Q Architecture, Langlas & Associates, and Nishkian Monks, hope to provide a new mixed-use and commercial/retail space to an up and coming live-work neighborhood.