Town Center

Steady progress being made on Building 4 in the Town Center. PHOTO BY JANA BOUNDS

No lull in sight

A steady cadence of hammers wielded by workers and procession of construction vehicles to Big Sky demonstrate the continual march to development. According to Big Sky Chamber of Commerce CEO Candace Carr Strauss, there has not even been a hint of a lull.

BEST OF THE BLOTTER

January 15, 2019

At 7:20 a.m. a deputy assisted Montana Highway Patrol with an accident in which a vehicle struck a deer on Gallatin Road. Upon impact the hood latch released, slamming the hood into the windshield. The driver was uninjured.

Hailing from Seattle, the Polyrhythmics arrive in Big Sky following a show in Carnation, Wash. and then on to Victor, Idaho.

Band of plenty

Lone Peak Lookout: Getting an eight-piece band together must be quite the task. Could you describe how Polyrhythmics came to be? And why the band works so well together? 

Blue Buddha Sushi in Page, Ariz.

Japanese rustic

Blue Buddha Sushi does well catering to tourists in the lakeside town of Page, Ariz. Sun worshipers arrive onshore after house boating around Lake Powell hungry for fresh fish trucked in from Phoenix. The restaurant is owned by Troy Thompson, who grew up snowboarding in Colorado and is now expanding his collection restaurants into Big Sky. 

The Plaza Lofts (two towers to the left) and the Wilson Hotel continue to take shape, shooting for a June 2019 grand opening.

Town Center rising

At Lone Mountain Land Company’s bustling construction site in Town Center, rooms inside the Wilson Hotel are coming together and steel beams used to create the Plaza Lofts building next door should appear in the next month. 

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