Property in Waukee that includes the building that houses the financially troubled Kinship Brewing Co. is being marketed for sale or lease at a time when an increasing number of taprooms are closing.

But Riley Hogan, a senior vice president with CBRE Inc., which is marketing the site, said the property can be used for more than a brewery or taproom.

“This property has lots of different opportunities for large, outdoor flexible spaces,” Hogan said. “It’s next to the [Raccoon River Valley Trail]. It has a large dog park. There’s a large outdoor plaza.”

Undeveloped space around the brewerycould be developed into pickleball courts, and one or more of the courts could be put inside the facility, Hogan said. An indoor area for dogs could also be added, he said.





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