Construction personnel work Monday morning assembling a block building at the Columbia Gardens Wine and Artisan Village on east Columbia Drive in Kennewick. The $3.4 million project, a joint effort between the Port of Kennewick and the city of Kennewick, is designed to bring the city’s first wine tasting rooms and production facilities to the historic waterfront. The first phase includes two buildings to house tasting rooms and wine production, and a third building that will be a shared barrel-storage/production space to support two production wineries. Port staff will make a recommendation regarding potential tenants for those wine tasting/production buildings to the port’s Board of Commissioners at their next meeting on December 13. Concrete flooring in two buildings at the site is scheduled to be poured this week for the project scheduled for completion in July 2017.
Construction personnel work Monday morning assembling a block building at the Columbia Gardens Wine and Artisan Village on east Columbia Drive in Kennewick. The $3.4 million project, a joint effort between the Port of Kennewick and the city of Kennewick, is designed to bring the city’s first wine tasting rooms and production facilities to the historic waterfront. The first phase includes two buildings to house tasting rooms and wine production, and a third building that will be a shared barrel-storage/production space to support two production wineries. Port staff will make a recommendation regarding potential tenants for those wine tasting/production buildings to the port’s Board of Commissioners at their next meeting on December 13. Concrete flooring in two buildings at the site is scheduled to be poured this week for the project scheduled for completion in July 2017. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Construction personnel work Monday morning assembling a block building at the Columbia Gardens Wine and Artisan Village on east Columbia Drive in Kennewick. The $3.4 million project, a joint effort between the Port of Kennewick and the city of Kennewick, is designed to bring the city’s first wine tasting rooms and production facilities to the historic waterfront. The first phase includes two buildings to house tasting rooms and wine production, and a third building that will be a shared barrel-storage/production space to support two production wineries. Port staff will make a recommendation regarding potential tenants for those wine tasting/production buildings to the port’s Board of Commissioners at their next meeting on December 13. Concrete flooring in two buildings at the site is scheduled to be poured this week for the project scheduled for completion in July 2017. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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