Amenities

Equestrian: At the heart of the development is a full service 300 plus acres equestrian center designed by renowned equestrian architect Todd Gralla of Populous. This will become the number 1 Equestrian facility in the world. Its features will be unparalleled in North America and offering comprehensive service for horses and their owners. Connecting trails will lead directly from the facility to thousands of acres of state and federal land. The center will also house conference facilities for up to 3,400 attendees. Equine therapy has been discovered as one of the leading therapies for brain trauma and emotional injuries.

Golf: The Arnold Palmer-designed and managed 18-hole signature golf course will bring a new level of golf to Montana. Spectacular mountain views and beautiful natural features will frame the magnificent fairways and greens of this challenging course. The clubhouse will offer a full-service restaurant and bar and will become the place to celebrate a special occasion. The semi-private course will be home to PGA tour events.

 

Hunting: Montana is a hunter’s paradise. You can hunt elk on thousands of acres of National Forest land and BLM land, antelope on the short-grass prairies, upland birds in the foothills, and find moose in rugged mountain   wetlands. All of this is within minutes of Diamond City.  Guides will be available to lead the guests and residents on hunting expeditions. City will once again be a destination for those who dare to dream.

Fishing: The Boulder River runs through the middle of Diamond City and is only minutes from where the Missouri is formed by the Jefferson, Gallatin and the Madison Rivers. These rivers have been a world-class destination for anglers for more than a century. Guests and residents will be able to visit Diamond City satellite resorts at lakes and rivers, and guide services will be available for some of the best fly fishing in the world.

Early History of Diamond City: In the days before the west was settled, captured Confederate soldiers were banished up the Missouri river. Two of these exiles, Washington Baker and Pomp Dennis, had intentions of making the best of the banishment by staking claims in Last Chance Gulch in Helena. Instead, they found large quantities of a mineral commonly found with gold in the Big Belt Mountains east of Helena. The claim yielded small amounts of gold at first but by the next spring, the town of Diamond City was in full swing swelling to over 10,000 residents. By honoring this rich history and the Diamond City name, the new Diamond City will once again be a destination for those who dare to dream.

 

Commitment to Sustainability: Diamond City will become the first entire city in the nation to be certified under the US Green Building Council’s stringent LEED guidelines and on-site production of clean, renewable energy will dramatically reduce the project’s carbon footprint. Ultimately, the goal is a project with virtually no negative environmental impact. This is building for the future. This is building for success.

 

Veteran Services: At Diamond City, we believe that it is our moral responsibility to take care of those who have risked everything for our FREEDOM. That is why we have set aside 50% of our manufacturing jobs for veterans with a minimum of 10% of those jobs for wounded veterans. We are working with medical facilities and the Veteran’s Administration to create medical facilities to serve our veterans and their families. We are also using our Diamond City Foundation to help in many more areas including financial services. Our research center will be constantly looking for new ways to advance prosthetics and other services to help our veterans live out a better normal life. We know that we owe them everything. We are creating a division through our Human Resources to travel the nation to find those who need our help. We will go the extra mile!