If you’re planning to open a new brewery and taproom, or a new brewpub, you recognize the importance of a great location. Also, you can appreciate the value of working with a property owner that has a “We Need Beer” attitude. Today I introduce a new Beer Blog sponsor offering both a great location for a brewery or brewpub, as well as a positive, beer-needed attitude.
Anthem needs beer!
Located at 103 12th Avenue in Seattle, Anthem on 12th is a brand new mixed use project that is actively seeking a brewery tenant. The location is along 12th Avenue, on the new First Hill Streetcar line, right in the middle of everything—between Capitol Hill and the International District, First Hill and the Central District.
The folks at Anthem tell me, “We’re willing to obtain the building permit and contribute to the build out! The spaces have high ceilings (17’ and 15’), there is the ability to put in floor drains, the floor is a concrete slab on grade, it has floor to ceiling windows and has a restaurant grade electrical supply.”
Anthem is a new mixed use project on 12th and Yesler, the southern boundary of the growing 12th Avenue corridor. A Block from Seattle University and restaurants Ba Bar, Cherry Street Coffee, and Oma Bop, Anthem is also within walking distance from First Hill hospitals as well as the International District.
Over 12,000 cars pass along 12th Avenue every day at this highly visible intersection at the crossroads of some of Seattle’s most important urban neighborhoods. Anthem sits along the path of the new First Hill Street Car, which connects it to Capitol Hill, Seattle U, the Stadium District, and ultimately to the rest of the region via Sound Transit Link Light Rail.
- Prominent corner retail/restaurant opportunity along the 12th Avenue corridor
- Project is a 6 story, 120-unit residential apartment building with street level commercial space
- Within walking distance from Seattle University and Swedish Hospital First Hill Campus, and minutes from Downtown Seattle
- Extra wide sidewalks fronting 12th Avenue to accommodate outdoor seating; corner space has large operable storefront system
- Type 1 hood shaft installed
- High ceilings (15’ – 17’), large storefront windows
- Ideal for restaurant, cafe, bakery or specialty retail
- 3,800 SF (divisible) of retail space available
- Completion date: AVAILABLE NOW!
If you’re interested in learning more about this great opportunity, contact Laura Miller (laura @ gibraltarusa.com) or you can reach out to us here at the Washington Beer Blog.