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City Council Approves Armory Hotel

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BOZEMAN - On Monday night Bozeman City Commissioners voted four to one to approve the application to move forward on building a hotel in downtown.

The eight-story hotel would go in place of the old armory on Mendenhall. The hotel will be the tallest building in downtown at 110 feet. It will have 80 guest rooms, a restaurant and room to hold events.

City leaders said adding another building near downtown will help create more vibrancy and business downtown. The hotel will be called "The Etha."

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