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Montana CDC provides funding for new building

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Montana Community Development Corporation is funding a building project in the continued effort to revitalize the Downtown Helena area.

The corporation, along with help from American Federal Savings Bank, is funding the construction of a 3 story building on Last Chance Gulch with a new market tax credit allocation.

The project, which costs $7,600,000, will house the law offices of Crowley Fleck, Mike Miller State Farm Insurance, Orthodontist Doctor Jeff Foster, and Doctor Quinn Erwin's dental office.  Doctor Erwin says he's excited to begin working in the new office building.

Erwin says, "Being down there, I'll be right in the middle of town.  Patients will be able to get us I think a lot easier.  It'll be right in the middle of all the schools.  C.R. Anderson, HMS, Helena High, Capital High, and all the elementary schools, so I think it'll be easier for people to travel."

The new building is scheduled to be completed by June.

 

Story by Charlie Misra, Beartooth NBC.
Copyright ©2012 Beartooth Communications Company. All Rights Reserved.

 

 

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