The City is requesting a letter of interest from interested parties to purchase and relocate the structure known as the Butler House located at 1709 123rd Drive NE.
The City Council approved the Downtown Lake Stevens Subarea Plan in July 2018, to revitalize the central city core, establish a community-gathering place for residents and visitors, and achieve economic vitality as a regional draw. The next stage of the project will relocate the library and museum, remove or demolish structures to construct a new festival street known as Mill Spur (18th Street NE) and complete the park plaza where Mill Spur connects to Main Street.
As the City looks to the next phase of its downtown redevelopment, the Butler House will need to be removed. As this structure is a representative example of resort homes from the 1920s, the City would like to see the structure relocated to another lot and be refurbished. The City is requesting a letter of interest from interested investors to purchase and relocate this house and will accept written bids for the structure. All reasonable offers will be considered.
Letters of Interest (LOI) will be accepted until 4:00 PM, April 9, 2021.
Please click here to read the official flyer, see photos of the property, and more information on submitting an LOI.