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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. The Flats is a  modern, yet rustic building design inspired by the raw materials that would have been seen on the property 100 years ago.  

On-site Parking

Tenants have private dedicated parking steps from the building.

Epic Fitness Gym

Keep fit and Healthy with a membership to Epic Fitness.

Tenant Sky Lounge

Outdoor sky deck that offers incredible views of the Bridger Mountain Range, gourmet BBQ stations, and fire pit and lounge furniture.

Bike and Ski Storage

Private ski and snowboard storage units to keep your gear safe. Plus The Flats has a locked secure bike room.

Fiber Backed Internet

Working from home, surfing the internet, downloading or streaming movies will be lighting fast at The Flats.

Yale® Keyless Access Control

Tenants can enter the building and their unit with keyless access control.

More Amenities

On-Site Features 
  • Elevator Building
  • On-Site Management and Maintenance Services
  • Dedicated Reserved Parking
  • Yale® Keyless Access Controlled Building
  • Secure Ski and Snowboard Storage Lockers
  • Secure Bike Room
  • Pet friendly
  • Complimentary WiFi in all common areas
  • Dog Washing Station and Dryer
  • Parcel Receiving Room
In-Unit Features
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Quartz Countertops
  • Luxury Plank Flooring
  • Modern Subway Tile Throughout
  • Modern Highend Plumbing Fixtures
  • High Speed Fiber Backed Internet
  • Soft-close Cabinetry
  • Individual Unit Controlled Heating and Cooling
  • Yale® Keyless Access Control Apartment Door Hardware
  • Incredible Mountain and Cannery District Views

Alluring Social Scene

  • The Cannery District has multiple bars, restaurants, coffee shops and boutique  retailers. 
  • Downtown Bozeman is a short walk away.
  • Private dining and community spaces.
  • Business lounges that can be reserved upon request.

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.