Hog Haus / Staff photo
The building at one of Fayetteville’s most iconic intersections has changed hands.
According to Washington County property records, the former Hog Haus Brewing Company building at Dickson Street and West Avenue was sold for $3.17 million on Oct. 25.
Three House Ventures LLC, an Arkansas company created earlier this year and registered by attorney Jason Bramlett of Fayetteville, was the buyer of the building. The property was previously owned by Margaret Gilliam of New York.
An address on the warranty deed led us to Mark King of Fayetteville, who confirmed involvement in the project, but was not ready to talk about his specific plans for the building.
“There isn’t really anything to report at this time,” King said. “We’ve simply completed the real estate transaction. As far as next steps, we have just begun the planning phase of the project and we don’t currently have anything set in stone.”
The 13,000-square-foot building, built in 1910, was listed for sale for $3.5 million earlier this year.
Hog Haus Brewing Company closed at the end of October. Owner Julie Sill told us at the time she planned to move to Maryland to be closer to family, and focus on her health.