What Should Go Here? Stillwater Depot Grill
What should go in the old Stillwater Depot Grill space? A restaurant with an outdoor patio overlooking the Browns Creek Trailhead? A visitor center? A theater? A bike shop? Tell us what you think in the comment section below.
For our inaugural "What Should Go Here?" feature, we'll take a look at the vacant space where the Stillwater Depot Grill once (well OK, twice) served up dinners on the north end of Main Street.
The property sits at what will eventually be the trailhead of the Browns Creek Trail—a location DNR officials have said may see upwards of 250,000 users every year.
The 1.34-acre property is listed at $2.9 million.
The property includes a 9,372 square-foot building built in 1993 and renovated 10 years later. It’s zoned for retail use and has 74 parking spaces available.
The old Stillwater Depot Grill is “turn-key” ready to once again become a restaurant and comes complete with two fully-operational kitchens.
Potential buyers, according to property owner David Paradeau, have considered using the space as a restaurant, theater, daycare center and tourism and visitors center.
So, the question remains: What should go here? Perhaps a restaurant with an outdoor patio overlooking the Browns Creek Trailhead? A visitor center? A theater? A bike shop? Tell us what you’d like to see in the comment section below.