This modern loft is sleek and contemporary. It is compact, well designed, efficient, yet high on style and custom detail, from the stainless steel professional Miele kitchen appliances, to the one-of-a-kind “floating bed”. It’s high tech from wireless Internet to the computerized window coverings in the bedroom. It’s new Urbanism in Bozeman. The two-story industrial Trakker Building, made of glass, concrete and wood is the prototype for commercial-residential buildings. The developer, Jerry Williams, worked with Methun Architects of Seattle and also Collaborative Designs from Billings. This unit was designed by an interior designer in 2004 and on the Parade of Homes. Maple cabinetry, and an ambient fountain over the dining table give an organic style to the otherwise hard materials used in the condo. Upon entering the unit, unobstructed views of the Bridger Mountains greet you through the floor to ceiling windows. Unit may be used for any type of independent use.


  • SubdivisionBaxter Meadows
  • StyleContemporary
  • Year Built2003
  • HeatingNaturalGas
  • CoolingCentralAir


  • InteriorVaultedCeilings, WalkInClosets
  • SecurityFireSprinklerSystem, HeatDetector, SmokeDetectors, SecurityLights
  • Floor CoveringsCarpet, Other, PartiallyCarpeted


  • Bedrooms1
  • 3/4 Baths1