Ex-Redhook property goes Hollywood
The nearly 23-acre former Redhook brewery property in Woodinville sold to a local ownership group in late 2017 for an announced $24.5 million; that was not long after brewing ceased there, since seller Craft Brew Alliance consolidated its operations in Portland. New owner RH Investment Holdings has since attracted new tenants Teatro ZinZanni, Sparkman Cellars and DeLille Cellars. The latter is now building a new three-story, 11,600-square-foot tasting room and store, scheduled to open this fall. Hinge Studio is the architect, and R. Miller of Bothell is the general contractor.
Now the entire campus is taking a new name, which has nothing to do with motion pictures. Instead, Hollywood Station derives its name from the neighborhood and the old Stimson family estate there, which date to the early 1900s. (Nearby are the separately owned Hollywood Schoolhouse and Hollywood Vineyards Center.)
RH Investment's David Yuchasz and Brian Winn said in a statement, “We had envisioned, from the beginning, to repurpose this storied site into something walkable that the surrounding community and beyond would embrace. We couldn't be happier with the quality of businesses that signed on to be a part of our dream.” Winn is CEO of Zipfizz, an energy drink. Yuchasz is a property owner and investor associated with Crosby Urban.