Peach and Wallace
The northeast corner of Bozeman was originally constructed for the workers. It’s a quadrant of town that features a mix of endearingly quirky people, modest houses and eclectic businesses. Many years passed without any new construction.
In 2002 Comma-Q designed a building that captures the spirit of the Northeast Neighborhood: the Brown Warehouse Building at the corner of Peach and Wallace. The Brown Warehouse acknowledges its context through the use of an exposed structural system, brick detailing, and the use of recycled materials. The unique character of this vibrant area was enhanced by the addition of the Brown Warehouse. Turns out it was only a first step in revitalization of the area, others followed.
Studio A|V (now Via Home), chose the Northeast neighborhood and Comma-Q for their new headquarters. A simple, square existing concrete block building was carefully modified in 2007 to create a new entry and a new life for the building. The result is 4,000 square feet of studio, offices and warehouse that is efficient, comfortable and reflects the products and services that Studio A|V provides.
The Mill Street Loft Building consists of four residential loft units and street level commercial spaces, and was completed in 2008. The building demonstrates a refined, modern look while borrowing from the neighboring industrial vernacular. Towering ceilings, roof top decks and exposed structural steel throughout make the Mill Street Loft building a perfect addition to the neighborhood.
In 2013 we renovated the Brown Warehouse Building to make way for Wild Crumb, a wildly successful neighborhood bakery.