309-323 South 4th Street West
A. J. Gibson, who designed Bowland Flats, was known for his attention to detail. The elegant row house's design elements include a stone parapeted flat roof, four symmetrically placed projecting bays, wooden cornice accents, corbelled brickwork below the cornice, dentils, and a unique row of dark red corbelled bricks in the shape of small Greek crosses. Double-hung windows with leaded transoms are matched by transoms over second-floor balcony doors. Fixed windows on the first floor have brick keystone lintels and stone sills. Dentilated square porches with cornices and balcony above, supported by Ionic columns, alternate with the projecting bays. Many of Missoula's young professional workers preferred to live in these functional yet elegant row houses.