Building community by honoring our history, celebrating our present, and responsibly planning for a healthy future for all in the Gallatin Valley.

PROJECTS

GALLATIN LAUNDRY BUILDING

WITH SO MUCH CHANGE IN BOZEMAN, IT’S NICE TO SEE SOME THINGS STAY THE SAME

In 1918, local resident Michael O’Connell borrowed money from cattle baron T. Byron Story to build a laundry to serve growing Bozeman. For over 100 years the Gallatin Laundry has employed – and cleaned – our community.

Virga Capital led a team including Minarik Architecture and Langlas and Associates to thoughtfully restore and preserve this slice of Bozeman history. The Gallatin Laundry building is a prime example of deliberate, adaptive reuse of a historic building already woven into the fabric of Bozeman.

We focused on the bones of the building and honoring the years of use to highlight and restore the original craftsmanship. It’s our hope the Gallatin Laundry sign shines bright for another 100 years.

THE LUMBERYARD

CRAFTING A VIBRANT, WALKABLE NEIGHBORHOOD FOR ALL OF BOZEMAN

Tucked in the Midtown Urban Renewal District between N. 7th Ave and N. 19th Ave – the Lumberyard project will create commercial and residential spaces for all Bozemanites. Market rate and workforce housing will be mixed amongst thoughtful commercial spaces, and within steps of trails and growing public transport.

NEWS

APPROACH

BUILDING
COMMUNITY

Whether working on a historic, adaptive reuse project in the heart of Bozeman or building a new neighborhood for folks to live, work, and play, our focus is to craft thoughtful spaces to serve all. We invest in our families and yours, and work towards a healthy future for all who call Gallatin Valley home.

OUR TEAM

ROB LATEINER

Principal

LIZ KOZUB

VP of Finance

CLAYTON KORELL

Senior Associate
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