Our fair city of Bozeman is getting a lot of love recently from national news outlets! First it was the New York Times, then Fast Company, and now the Washington Post! It’s been hailed a booming tech town — and that’s not news to us. The growing technology and start-up industries have long been a selling point for entrepreneurs and creatives looking at houses for sale in Bozeman. But it’s exciting to see Bozeman blowing up the national map. “Yeah, it’s Bozeman, and it’s attracting start-ups,” Gene Marks writes.
The Post story reminds us of Bozeman’s advantages. To name a few: our busy airport, our growing fiber-optic network, and our university. Marks cites trade numbers that show more than 900 jobs were added last year, and the growth trend is expected to continue. He concludes:
As this generation grows to dominate the workforce, big cities will be challenged to compete with the benefits of living the Bozeman life. We’re already seeing that. As one local business owner puts it, “there are tons of people who are moving to Montana, and then figuring out the rest once they get here.”
But we beg to differ on one of the writer’s points: “It’s small, quiet and out of the way,” he begins the story. Bozeman isn’t Silicon Valley, but Montanans know that the city isn’t out-of-the-way — not at all.
If you’re interested in becoming part of Bozeman’s growing tech industry, give us a call today! View or browse houses for sale in Bozeman. A PureWest agent can help you find Bozeman real estate to call home. And don’t forget, we also have many commercial real estate options that can help you start or grow your dream business.
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