LAST CHANCE BLOCK
Helena, MT
Completed 2013

Mosaic Architecture
428 North Last Chance Gulch
Helena, MT 59601

The Last Chance Block building occupies a one-acre site along Last Chance Gulch in historic downtown Helena. The three-story, 26,000 square foot project will pursue LEED certification with a focus on sustainable sites, energy efficiency and healthy work spaces. The building houses a variety of uses including two main floor dental suites, an insurance office and office space for the Crowley-Fleck law firm. The two dental offices, also designed by Mosaic, will occupy the main floor along with an insurance agency. The Crowley Fleck law firm will reside in 16,000 square feet of space in the upper two levels. The Crowley space will house 44 total staff and feature a conference suite, roof deck patio and open stair to provide quick circulation between the two levels.

LAST CHANCE BLOCK
Helena, MT
Completed 2013

Mosaic Architecture
428 North Last Chance Gulch
Helena, MT 59601

The Last Chance Block building occupies a one-acre site along Last Chance Gulch in historic downtown Helena. The three-story, 26,000 square foot project will pursue LEED certification with a focus on sustainable sites, energy efficiency and healthy work spaces. The building houses a variety of uses including two main floor dental suites, an insurance office and office space for the Crowley-Fleck law firm. The two dental offices, also designed by Mosaic, will occupy the main floor along with an insurance agency. The Crowley Fleck law firm will reside in 16,000 square feet of space in the upper two levels. The Crowley space will house 44 total staff and feature a conference suite, roof deck patio and open stair to provide quick circulation between the two levels.

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