GOLD DUST

Residential

ADDRESS

330 N 1st St W
Missoula, MT 59802

BASICS

18 Homes
1 – Studio
14 – 2BR
3 – 3BR

Rent: Please contact the property manager

UTILITY INFO

Owner pays all utilities (gas, electric, water, sewer, garbage and recycling).

CONSTRUCTION

Completed February 2003

Construction budget: $1.8 million

PROPERTY MANAGER

Tamarack Property Management – Missoula

(406) 493-0752
TPMCMissoula@tamarackpm.com

1535 Liberty Lane, Suite 110 E
Missoula, MT 59808

THE NEIGHBORHOOD

“The Gold Dust is nestled in the Northside neighborhood of Missoula along a row of historic buildings which currently serve as office space. Less than one block from the Gold Dust is a pedestrian bridge that crosses a railroad, connecting the Northside to downtown Missoula and all its services.”

MEET JESSA

“Moving into the Gold Dust changed everything. As soon as we moved my health 100% improved. For the first time ever I felt like I was in a safe place. I was able to afford to go to school because I was living there. That led to so many more opportunities and opened doors for me.”

Amenities

  • Laundry
  • Covered bicycle parking
  • Resident workshop
  • Recycling
  • Resident community room with fully-equipped kitchen

Sustainable Features

  • Native and drought-tolerant plants in landscaped areas
  • “Guide to Green Living” resident manual provided at move-in
  • Photovoltaic panels provide up to 16.28 kW for main building
  • Energy-efficient windows with Low-E coating exceed code requirements
  • Laundry room with Energy Star washers and dryers
  • Energy efficient radiant floor heating
  • Stained concrete flooring to reduce allergens
  • 100% recycled carpet and padding
  • Covered bicycle parking to facilitate alternative means of transportation
  • Wheatboard cabinets made from rapidly renewable grain stalks
  • Use of fly ash (a byproduct of coal combustion) in concrete
  • Healthy interior air quality with low/no VOC paints, primers, adhesives, and sealants
  • Compact fluorescent lighting throughout; motion sensors for common area lighting to reduce energy use

Partners

Enterprise Social Investment Corporation

Fannie Mae Corporation

First Security Bank

Garden City Builders

HUD Special Purpose Grant

MMW Architects

Montana Board of Housing Low Income Tax Credits & Revolving Loan Fund

Montana Home Investment Partnerships Program

NorthWestern Energy