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Article from Missoula Current. Read full article HERE By Martin Kidston Back in the 1930s when the Great Depression hit, Edgar Hobey Polleys and his son, Edgar Garwood Polleys, kept their lumber mill running on the edge of downtown Missoula. Despite the hard times, the two men also kept their staff employed, opting to pay […]

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From KPAX – To see full article click HERE If you’ve gone past the Old Sawmill District lately, you may have noticed some changes. Polleys Square A is the first condominiums to open in the new Polley’s Square development, and greeted their first residents Thursday. After lying vacant for close to 25 years, the Old Sawmill […]

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By Martin Kidston/Missoula Current Activity in the Old Sawmill District will gain momentum in the coming months as several new projects break ground and residents who reserved ownership of the district’s first condominiums prepare to move in. Progress on the reclaimed industrial site punctuates what’s been a resurgence of construction activity across Missoula over the last […]

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By Jenna Heberden/Fox Montana The arrival of spring brings new life for many and one old industrial site in Missoula readies for its new life. A few years ago, the saw mill district opened Silver Park, beginning a long-needed revitalization. Now it prepares for the opening of a new living complex in just a few months. This site […]

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By Augusta McDonnell/KPAX MISSOULA – The Loose Caboose is typically a drive-up coffee experience, but it’ll soon be adding a sit down cafe to Missoula that comes with a twist. A seven year employee will be the new co-owner and creative force behind the new experience. “Alice In Wonderland whimsical meets Industrial Steampunk style, so we’re hoping […]

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By David Erickosn/Missoulian The owner of Loose Caboose Espresso is opening a sit-down cafe and bakery in the Old Sawmill District in the heart of Missoula near Silver Park. Malcolm Lowe said the new cafe, called The Dog & Bicycle Bakery Cafe, will be located on the ground floor of the Polleys Square A condominium […]

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By Keila Szpaller/Missoulian Don’t whiz down the trail and streets near Missoula’s riverfront baseball stadium because a lot of disruption is taking place there this spring and summer, according to the Missoula Redevelopment Agency. But the $5.7 million worth of work taking place south of the Clark Fork River between Orange and Russell streets is […]

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