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Drumheller Building

In 1900, Jesse Drumheller, a successful stockman and rancher, helped two of his sons purchase a local hardware business, which then became the Drumheller Company. The tallest of the three buildings that now make up this complex was built in 1904 to house the Drumhellers' new store, which would operate for several decades. Today, you can still see the old "Drumheller Co." signs painted on the side of the building.


The Drumheller building has 42 tenants including The Red Monkey, Academy Mortgage, Mero, Tarragon NW, TKCPA, among many others.

Sayers Building

This 1890 building, named after William Sayer, is most famous for housing the Bee Hive Store, purveyor of "Dry Goods, Notions, and Men's Furnishings." The popular department store, which served Walla Walla for more than 70 years, closed in 1977, but local residents still fondly recall stories about The Bee Hive.


Recent façade and structural renovations in 2018 brought back life to this iconic building, home to Starbucks and Coffee Perk. The project received positive feedback from the community and was awarded Washington State’s 2018 Brick & Mortar Rehabilitation Award by the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation.

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Bouchon Park II

Bouchon Park II is the second phase of a Class A development with 24’ ceiling height clearance, abundant loading docks and drive-in doors, an Early Suppression Fast Response (ESFR) sprinkler system, and motion activated LED lighting.


Constructed for the thriving wine industry, the walls are 12” thick with 2.25” of R-Tech rigid insulation for efficient temperature control. Phase I of this state-of-the-art complex is home to Mark Ryan Winery, Winery Fulfillment Services, Winery Compliance Services, and Walla Walla Wine Services.

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