Path & Post Real Estate’s Commercial Division helped fellow Woodstock-based business Reformation Brewery find the perfect place in downtown Woodstock to open a second branch. The new location will serve as a research and development facility as well as a community gathering space.
“Path & Post is honored to have the opportunity to represent a local company that means so much to the community it serves,” said Mike Pennington, Commercial Director of Path & Post Real Estate and one of two lead Path & Post representatives in the transaction, along with COO/Co-Owner Brad Nix. “Given our longstanding relationships, working with private and public leaders to find a win-win opportunity is something our Commercial Division is uniquely positioned to accomplish.”
Reformation Brewery approached Path & Post with the challenge to find a location to not only serve as a second brewery operation, but also as a place for people in the community to come together, Pennington said, and 105 Elm Street turned out to be the perfect spot.
“This is one of very few pieces of property near Main Street that has natural green space. It will make the perfect spot for a beer garden and a place for the community to gather and hang out with each other,” Pennington said.
The property already has a warehouse on site, but will need many improvements before it’s ready for the public. To find the site, the Commercial Division canvassed the entire downtown area, Pennington said.
“Our commercial team has spoken to most every property owner on Main Street in the past six months,” he added.
Pennington said Path & Post was thrilled to be part of this exciting addition to the downtown area.
“Woodstock continues to grow in unexpected ways and I’m proud to be a part of this new surprise to the community – a second location for a growing local brand!”