Former Stumbling Steer property going back on the market

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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