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Chateau Ste. Michelle looks to redevelop Woodinville property

The company had previously put the property on the market in June 2022, but withdrew it.

A view of Chateau Ste. Michelle's Woodinville estate

Chateau Ste. Michelle laid down its Woodinville roots in the 1970s.

Photo by SEAtoday staff

If you’re a fan of Chateau Ste. Michelle, you may have wined a little when the company looked to sell its Woodinville property in 2022.

But, Washington’s famed winery is now switching barrels and looking to redevelop the property on its own.

Chateau Ste. Michelle has applied to change its land zoning type to allow for denser construction on those coveted Eastside parcels.

If approved, the change could potentially make way for options like a hotel, retail pavilion, food hall, townhomes, or single family homes. And, of course, there’d be more elbow room for those popular summer concerts.

The Woodinville City Council denied Chateau Ste. Michelle’s initial request, but did say it would revisit the conversation at a later time. So, pour a glass and stay tuned.

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