Here’s some business news in the Missoula area.
The closure of the Missoula location leaves only one Red Robin in Montana, which can be found in Billings.
The company now has around 300 employees and contributes over $122 million a year in economic impact to the local economy.
"It is clear given the incredible growth in residential units in this area that there is a desire and need for more dining and entertainment venues."
Green Source in Missoula has announced that they're opening a second location inside VRTX Fitness on Russell Street.
It’s the first time the popular storefront is closing for the winter in its 30-year history.
“This has really been the greatest development activity that we’ve tracked since the previous housing boom," said a senior county planner.
Legacy Lounge on the Hip Strip recently secured a beer and wine license and is undergoing a "changeover in management."
The warehouse is being built with insulated precast concrete panels for walls. The same construction method has been used for Amazon warehouses.
At Winter Kissed Farm near Stevensville, leafy greens are grown throughout the winter for customers all over western Montana.
The public is invited to fill out a brief and anonymous survey online at missoulacountyvoice.com to let the city and county know how to prioritize funding.
Home ReSource in Missoula is hosting an event with live music, food and a silent auction. Consumer Direct in Missoula will become a publicly-traded company.
The Mexican Moose has a permanent location, the YWCA of Missoula has a new executive director, and Clearwater Federal Credit Union got a big federal award.
The Missoula Family YMCA says its capital campaign is meant to update "every square inch" of its facility on Russell Street and construct a brand-new early childcare building.
Redevelopment projects are moving forward at the Riverfront Triangle, the Sleepy Inn, the Montana Rail Link trestle and the Scott Street area.
Developer Cole Bergquist is soliciting public comments about Higgins Waterfront, a planned commercial and residential development near downtown Missoula.
Missoula Grain and Vegetable Co. is now called Winter Kissed Farm, and the Women's Giving Circle of Missoula is accepting grant applications.
Bike lanes and paved trails provide easy access to 10 breweries throughout town, offering, collectively, almost 300 beverage options depending on the season.
Whether you want a Lebanese platter or a birria taco or a plate of Thai drunken noodles, you'll find them at Missoula's food trucks.
Lake Missoula Tea Company is resuming its monthly tea tastings, attendance at the Western Montana Fair hit 100,000 and a local tech company got a big grant.
Larry and Katie Neskey of Awesome Herbs near St. Ignatius, were harvesting an aromatic herb called tulsi, or holy basil, on Monday.
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“That’s usually a good thing when we have more than one choice, especially with a quasi-utility like cable television or broadband service.”
"It's tough to get people to work a job for $11 or $12 an hour while they're paying $1,200 to $1,500 a month in rent. The economics of that aren't adding up."
Bar Plata near the historic Wilma Theater brings Barcelona-style snacks and beverages to the Garden City.
None of the eight affordable condos has hit the market yet.
A total of 395 people quarantined at the motel during the pandemic, and the net cost to the city was $24,787 because almost all operational costs were reimbursable by the federal government.