A generation of Missoula residents has shaped the vision for tomorrow's Riverfront Triangle. Our team of seasoned development professionals is now ready to move that vision forward.
The Riverfront Triangle project has its roots in a communitywide discussion about the future of Missoula. That discussion formally began with a 2002 conceptual planning charrette hosted by the Missoula Redevelopment Agency and Providence / St. Patrick Hospital. Even before then, numerous discussions and proposals focused on transforming the Riverfront Triangle into an integrated and vital part of Missoula's downtown.
Our plan for the Riverfront Triangle distills those efforts as well as the ongoing involvement of governmental and nonprofit groups including the Missoula Redevelopment Agency, Mountain Line, the Missoula Bicycle / Pedestrian Program, Missoula Housing Authority, Clark Fork Coalition, Homeword, Missoula Downtown Association, Missoula Tourism Business Improvement District, Missoula Business Improvement District and others.
We will continue to work with those and other partners to make sure that the vision for the Riverfront Triangle remains deeply rooted in the needs of our entire community.
Please watch this website for upcoming meetings where you can learn more and share your ideas about the project.
We've assembled a deep bench of local talent with national and international experience to assure the success of the Riverfront Triangle project: