Former Stumbling Steer property going back on the market

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The former Vernon’s Open Door and Stumbling Steer in the Cottonwood shopping area is heading back onto the market.

Broker Teneé Swingle said Coe & Peterson is in the evaluation phase of the project, called The Ellison Project. The developers purchased the 25,000-square foot building for $3.8 million. Coe & Peterson is the developer behind the Marble Brewery taproom in the Northeast Heights and the Uptown Court on Menaul and Louisiana boulevards. The five-acre Ellison Project is off Ellison and Alameda.

Swingle said the project would be perfect for a microbrewery because it would come with the equipment for brewing.

“It’s a great Westside location and the infrastructure is already in place,” Swingle said.

The property is now a restaurant, which includes a kitchen and bar with a gas fire wall. In addition to the restaurant and retail spaces, the infrastructure exists for a brewery and taproom, featuring a modern interior bar adjacent to an additional outdoor patio.

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