Lumberyard Foodhall closes; building available for sale, lease

Space listed for $2.4 million; business initially closed for summer, owner later chose to shut operations down



The Lumberyard Foodhall went up for lease this week. The space was listed for $2.4 million.

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

The Lumberyard Foodhall went up for lease this week, said Marie Dymkoski, executive director of the Pullman Chamber of Commerce. The food hall opened in late 2018. 

The business, which occupies the Pullman Building Supply storage space, was listed for sale for $2.4 million by Kiemle & Hagood Co. Leasing the property is also an option.

The restaurant and performance space housed local vendors such as (509) Coffee, Jenny’s Chicken Shack, Grand Ave Gourmet Burgers, Scoops and The Whole Yard. 

“It’s a great space,” Dymkoski said. “Who knows, maybe something great will happen there again.” 

Lumberyard’s start was delayed through the football season in fall 2018, and the restaurant’s grand opening happened right after Thanksgiving 2018. All restaurants opened officially in January 2019

Once the pandemic started, Lumberyard’s owner moved back to the west side of the state and initially closed the food hall for the summer with plans to reopen when students returned, Dymkoski said. 

After several months, however, the owner eventually made the choice to shut operations down, Dymkoski said.