One Big Sky Center

One Big Sky Discussion
Hammes Company President Bob Dunn, who has helped transform the vision and expectations for the One Big Sky Center project, visited Billings on Monday to meet with business leaders and the Billings City Council.
Since the plans have shifted from the original concept of Montana’s two tallest skyscrape…
One Big Sky Takes Another Turn
Q2 reports the ongoing saga of the One Big Sky Center project has taken another turn. What was once a plan for a $165 million dollar center with a tower has been toned down.
The project, now called One Big Sky District Development, drew some excitement at the First Interstate Bank Operations Center m…
Council Ponders Another One Big Sky Investment
The Gazette reports that the Billings City Council will decide on Monday, March 26th whether to invest $100,000 toward further study that could lead to the One Big Sky Center concept for downtown economic development.
That commitment will get a group of partners, including the Downtown Billings Allia…
One Big Sky Discussed Thursday
Q2 reports the proposed One Big Sky Center project in downtown Billings has supporters, but it also faces a lot of funding questions, as evidenced by citizens at a public meeting on Thursday night.
Those involved in studying the project say to get to the second phase, they need $675,000...
Convention Center Competition
The Gazette reports One Big Sky Center may have some competition. Billings is actively shopping for a new, full-scale convention center that will attract businesses, regional and national groups to the city.
The Hammes Group, which has been lobbying the city for nearly a year with plans for One Big S…
One Big Sky Update
The Billings Gazette reports that few details about the proposed One Big Sky Center development emerged at Monday afternoon’s special meeting of the Billings City Council.  Bob Dunn, a principal of Landmark, which is researching the economics of the One Big Sky Center project before moving forward, …
MontDevCo Granted Extension by Council
Less than two hours before Monday’s city council meeting, MontDevCo — the developers of the $165 million One Big Sky Center project — requested the Memorandum of Understanding be extended to July 10.  Councilors extended the request 30 days from June 30...
One Big Sky Center Update
One Big Sky Center developer Skip Ahern told the Billings City Council yesterday that tenants are being lined up and the exact size of the project is still to be determined.  The MontDevCo partner told City Councilors he’s optimistic that the $165 million One Big Sky Center will…
One Big Sky To Include Senior Living
The Billings City Council will hear a report Tuesday for the proposed One Big Sky Center development which includes a senior living proposal.  The regular Monday session is preempted by the President’s Day national holiday.  Tuesday’s work session is schedul…
Council Approves One Big Sky Memorandum
After more than three hours of testimony, the Billings City Council voted 6-2 Monday to approve One Big Sky Center’s pre-development memorandum of understanding.  Councilman Brent Cromley abstained from the vote.  His law office has completed work for the developers...

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