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Rustic Details & Modern Amenities

Minutes from Downtown Bozeman, The Cannery Flats apartments offer a unique living experience in The Cannery District. With modern yet rustic design influences inspired by the raw materials that would have been seen on the property 100 years ago.  From the timber beams to the corrugated metal siding, concrete and wood flooring, Cannery Flats is thoughtfully designed to enhance your lifestyle. 

Comfortable Convenience

  • Keep fit and Healthy with a membership* to Epic Fitness Center included in your lease.
  • Resident designated parking
  • Pet friendly
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in all common areas
  • Dog spa / washing station
  • Private ski and snowboard storage units
  • Secure bike room

Alluring Social Scene

  • Living in the Cannery District there are multiple bars, restaurants, coffee shops and retail stores
  • You are less than a mile from everything downtown Main Steet in Bozeman has to offer
  • Private dining and community space
  • Business lounge with reservation capabilities

Outdoor Escape

  • Forth floor outdoor sky deck that offer incredible Bridger Mountain Range views, BBQ stations, and fire pit 

* The Epic Fitness membership includes access to the space and all the equipment.  Classes and personal training are extra charged by Epic Fitness directly. 


Take a hike right outside your front door

The Story Mill Trail was once a rail line that carried flour from Nelson Story’s mill to markets in Minneapolis and Chicago. Today it is a well- used link that connects downtown Bozeman with the Story Hills and Glen Lake Rotary Park trail networks. The tree-lined trail heads south, skirting wetlands and open fields, then crosses the East Gallatin to the site of the 60-acre Story Mill Community Park. From there, users can follow the pedestrian tunnel under I-90 and explore Bozeman’s historic northeast neighborhood. The trail ends at the climbing boulder at Depot Park, a popular destination for adventurous kids and their grown-ups.

Gallatin Valley Land Trust creates trails to connect people, communities and the land, and conserves southwest Montana’s most important landscapes. Since 1990, the Trust has built a trail system that connects Main Street to the Mountains, linking Bozeman’s core to public lands throughout Gallatin Valley.