Main Street District

The Main Street Historic District is lactated in the heart of Downtown Bozeman on both sides of Main Street between Rouse Avenue and W. Wilson Avenue and boarding W. Babcock Avenue on the south side. The district is composed primarily of commercial, brick buildings of different style designs and heights, but all are unified at street level with eccentric storefronts and canopies. 

Just under a quarter of the building in this District date back to the 1870s through 1890s and are concentrated on the eastern side of the district to form a clear architectural category. All are composed primarily of brick and express elements of Commercial Queen Anne and Italianate Styles. Fifty percent of the buildings in this district arouse from the period 1900 to 1903. These structures display a higher variety of style, color, and material than those of the 19th century with glazed brick and more complex displays. 

Main Street Historic District Bozeman

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