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A new $16 million retail, dining and office plaza will transform a large, nearly vacant lot near the intersection of Mullan and Reserve by the end of 2020.

Missoulian

“Two properties on a prime corner of downtown Missoula went on the real estate market this week and the inquiries from potential buyers interested in the $3.9 million deal are already coming in.”

Missoula Current

While patrons of Missoula‚Äôs old Perkins restaurant on North Reserve said goodbye to the mainstay diner, fans of beer on tap and fine pub fare close to home may be pleased with a developer’s plans for the property.

Jessie Eagen of Eagen Real Estate closed Monday on the property’s sale to Club Properties. 

Missoula Current

The building housing The Old Post and Worden’s Market, located on the corner of Higgins and Spruce Street, were placed on the real estate market in May for the asking price of $3.9 million.

They are listed by Jesse Eagen of Eagen Real Estate. Both properties are owned by Tim France, who has owned and operated Worden’s since 1981.

Missoula Current

Real estate broker Jessie Eagen points out the pond on Scott Cooney’s property at the north end of Woodland Drive. The 7.7-acres of land will be developed to include 12 townhouses.

Missoulian

The old Firestone tire shop building at 139 E. Main St. in downtown Missoula will most likely soon be transformed into a four-story, 27-unit high-end condominium building with 10,000-square-feet of ground-floor retail space, underground parking and rooftop terraces. It will be called the “Firestone Flats.”

Missoulian

In mid-April, owner Peter McCay and Jessie Eagen of Eagen Real Estate announced plans by local developers to replace the Firestone with a four-story, 27-unit condominium and retail building called Firestone Flats. Eagen said structural engineers have determined the building won’t support three more floors so it will be torn down.

Missoulian

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