A new project in Ballard is seeking a brewery taproom tenant

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Taproom opportunity available in Ballard

The Ballard Brewery District has plenty of taprooms, that’s for sure, but it is amazing how, over and over again, the neighborhood proves itself capable of supporting one more. That’s because residential development in the area keeps pace with the rate at which new brewery taprooms open. And vice versa. More people, more taprooms. It’s a beer-thirsty neighborhood with increasing residential density.

According to the information provided to me, “With recent zoning changes the nearby blocks [around ANKER] will continue to evolve with higher density residential and mixed-use development.”

I was recently contacted by someone representing a new, mixed-use residential/retail property in the heart of Ballard’s booming Brewery District. The landlord of this new property is interested in attracting a brewery taproom as a tenant for the building’s approx. 800 square foot retail space.

ANKER Ballard Flats is located at the corner of 54th Street and 11th Avenue, kitty-corner from Gilman Playground (1100 NW 54th St). ANKER is a seven-story, 30,000-square-foot residential apartment building with 85 residential units. The retail space on the ground level is approximately 800 square feet. More information is available upon request.


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Interested parties can contact:
Laura Miller — laura @ gibraltarusa.com, 206-351-3573.
Tracy Cornell — tracyc @ gibraltarusa.com, 206-948-0630.


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2 thoughts on “A new project in Ballard is seeking a brewery taproom tenant

  1. Funny you mentioned that. I asked the person who provided that map about No Borders and they had no clue. It’s a mystery at this time. Probably nothing. ?

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