Equinox Residential

Address

1515 Liberty Lane
Missoula, MT 59808

Basics

35 Units
5 - Studios
20 - 1BR
10 - 2BR
See the floor plans »

Rent: Please contact the property manager.

Utility Info

Tenant pays electrical and gas utilities; owner pays water, sewer, garbage, and recycling.

Construction

Project completion date: July 2009

Construction budget: $4,393,706, not including off-site improvements

Property Manager

Tamarack Property Management - Missoula

(406) 493-0752
TPMCMissoula@tamarackpm.com

1535 Liberty Lane, Suite 110 E
Missoula, MT 59808

The Neighborhood

Equinox is centrally located at the corner of Broadway and Russell. Downtown and major shopping areas are within 1.5 miles, providing access to retail shops, grocery and convenience stores, St. Patrick Hospital, Western Montana Clinic, pharmacies, banks, and post offices. Hellgate Elementary and Big Sky High School are also less than four miles away.

Meet Margie

Margie has lived in a studio apartment at the Equinox since November 2009. Because of the affordable rent, she is able to live decently on a limited income.

Amenities

  • On-site laundry facilities
  • BBQ area for tenant use
  • Community room for resident use
  • Covered bicycle parking
  • Underground parking garage
  • On-site recycling
  • Private decks and patios
  • Individual storage units

Sustainable Features

  • Redevelopment of an urban greyfield
  • Native and adapted plants in landscaped areas
  • Drought-tolerant landscaping
  • Photovoltaic panels provide up to 12.8 kW for site and building common areas
  • Greywater collection system: reclaimed water from lavatory sinks, showers, tubs, and washing machines provides water for underground drip irrigation in landscaped open space between buildings
  • Efficient landscape irrigation, including rain sensors and irrigation controls
  • Energy-efficient windows with Low-E coating, exceeding code requirements
  • Super-efficient insulation with recycled-content mineral fiber and spray foam insulation to reduce air infiltration and heat loss
  • Energy Star appliances exceed the IECC 2003 Standard by 30%
  • Water-conserving plumbing fixtures, water- and energy-conserving front-loading washing machines
  • Light pollution reduction standards for exterior lighting
  • Construction waste management, including asphalt, land-clearing debris, cardboard, wood, metals—90% of construction materials recycled or reused
  • Recycled content materials: steel and other metals, gypsum board, carpet, resilient flooring, concrete, countertops, and insulation
  • Healthy interior air quality with low/no VOC paints, primers, adhesives, and sealants
  • 40% fly-ash concrete in building foundations, flatwork, and site paving; 100% fly-ash concrete in portions of building footings
  • Wood products are either sustainably harvested Good Wood, certified FSC, salvaged/reclaimed wood, or engineered framing materials
  • Kitchen cabinets are a medium density fiberboard (MDF) panel manufactured from 100% recycled wood waste made without formaldehyde-containing additives
  • Countertop finishes contain recycled banana peel fibers with formaldehyde-free resins
  • Healthy floors: linoleum and recycled-content carpet
  • Light-colored, reflective roofing reduces heat island effect and energy costs for building cooling systems
  • Super high-efficiency heating and cooling systems
  • Individual metering for dwelling units encourages energy conservation among residents
  • Community Room and on-site recycling facilities and Resident Green Manual
  • Homeword EZ Pass program to encourage and support the use of mass transit
  • Deconstruction of existing building—nearly 40 tons of demolition material diverted from landfills through recycling and reuse
  • Compact fluorescent lighting throughout; motion sensors for common area lighting to reduce energy use
  • Covered bicycle parking in four areas to facilitate alternative means of transportation
Equal Housing Opportunity

Homeword is firmly committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation in its properties, programs and services, classes, activities, and materials. Please call (406) 532-4663 x10 to request accommodation or to obtain materials in an alternate format, or dial 711 (TTY) for Montana Relay.