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Three new hotels are sprouting up in downtown Bozeman.  The first hotel, named the ‘Etha’ will be an eight story, 102 room hotel above the historic National Guard Armory at 24 W. Mendenhall.  It will be viewed as much a community gathering place as a hotel with a 10,000 square foot ballroom to attract bigger groups than the hotel itself can fit.  One key to the success of the Etha will be professional management by LaTour Hotels and Resorts, a San Diego based company that specializes in operating ‘boutique’ hotels.  Most of the boutique hotels operated by LaTour are in major markets such as Salt Lake City, Seattle and Washington, DC.  Bozeman, being a small town, is unique among small markets for this concept.  But as CEO Thomas LaTour quoted  ‘Bozeman does not act or react like other small markets. There's something unique going on there. Just look at the airport. The airport activity given the size of that town is really out of whack.  When those doors swing open, it's for Bozeman.’ he said

The Etha is expected to open in the early fall, 2015.  Next month will focus on the ‘other’ big downtown hotel project.

What Clients Say About Tim Hart

by Tim Hart

 

"Just to give you heads up, even though this adventure is complete for you, I will ever now and then stay in touch and check in on you. I hope and pray that others will get to know how much of a heart you have and that your last name fits you beautifully. Jennifer (Owens) was great and we appreciate her being there in your place. Have a wonderful trip back to the states and I would love to hear how it went. Please stay in touch because you are a great friend that has touch our hearts greatly!!! Thank you so much!!!" ~Bruce and Diane

"his  last name fits him beautifully"

"I've known Tim professionally for five years. Tim is a very knowledgeable RE Agent with high integrity. I specifically sought him out for my most recent purchase in the Big Sky area and he was a great asset in our negotiation and purchase process. He did everything and more that we could ask our agent to do and provided terrific insight along the way. I highly recommend working with Tim for your Bozeman, Big Sky and Moonlight Basin real estate needs." ~Jeff

"As a first-time home-buyer and single woman, I entered into the process of selecting a dwelling with a lot of trepidation.  Unsure of the wisdom of purchasing a home at this time in my life, the ins and outs of financing, and the actual specifications that were important to me, I was blessed to work with Broker Tim Hart as my realtor.  Tim not only walked me through dozens of homes, but he also walked me through the cumbersome process with a perpetual smile on his face, recommending mortgage financiers and inspectors, knocking on neighbors’ doors for insider information and calling the city to discuss zoning, wriggling through crawl spaces and testing fence stability.  Tim not only took the time to know the places we were touring, but he took the time to know me, my family, and our needs and wants.  He met us where we were, slowing down the search when we were busy, and quickening it when we had a few free days.  He discussed affordability and encouraged us to look at a house that would still allow us to continue with our lifestyle, instead of pushing us towards the biggest we could afford.  He listened to voiced and unvoiced concerns and opinions and quickly and accurately narrowed the search with criteria that I hadn’t even noticed I had. However, most of all, Tim became our friend.  He called to check on us when times became tough, prayed over the house with friends the day we closed, and followed-up numerous times in the months following our move.  At the end of this process, not only did I end up with the perfect home for my family, at a fair and affordable price, but I gained a friend and brother-in-Christ; someone who still cares to ask how work’s going, whether I finished the book on my coffee table, and what runs we skied on Saturday." ~Jessica

 

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