Sigillo Cellars has closed the sale on the vacant lot at Railroad Ave SE and SE King St in downtown Snoqualmie.
“We are pleased that this lot was purchased by a locally established business with a proven track record of quality,” said Mayor Matt Larson. “The purchase will enable Sigillo Cellars to remain in the community as it expands. It will be a vital contributor to the local economy and will support downtown revitalization efforts in alignment with the City’s Downtown Master Plan.”
Mark Hofman, Community Development Director, indicates the building will be substantially consistent with the concept exhibits that were made part of the Purchase and Sale Agreement.
Next steps include Sigillo Cellars continuing formal design of the site and building with their architect and working with staff to obtain development permits over the winter. Once Sigillo Cellars has obtained all required permits, it will construct infrastructure, foundation, building and street improvements in accordance with an approved design.
More information about this project and design illustrations are on the City of Snoqualmie website. Questions may be directed to Mark Hofman at email@example.com or 425-888-8007.
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