This 27-unit affordable apartment building is in the core of Missoula. The distinct multi-gabled design breaks down the scale of the project and provides an architectural transition from the denser, more urban buildings of the Sawmill District to the existing lower density neighborhood to the south and west.

Board and batten is used to clad the apartments, and a panel system is used at the stair tower projections and the southern inset porches. Most of the Sawmill district development thus far has been high-end; Sweetgrass Commons is the first subsidized housing and will serve residents below 60% Area Median Income.

2019 – AIA Montana Design Excellence Merit Award
2018 – USGBC Montain West Leadership Awards – Innovative Project Multifamily Residential
2017 – Montana Contractors Association – Award for Best Commercial Construction

Photo credit: Hixson Studio

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