Commercial Avenue, Anacortes.
The Port of Anacortes continues to discuss the future of the aging Olson building.
A May 2017 report on the conditions of the Olson and Marine Supply & Hardware buildings, which the port ordered after taking ownership of the block in December 2015, laid out options to: “save the building” through complete structural rehabilitation, demolish and replace with a similar building. The options cost between $1.3 million and $3 million.
35 page .pdf on the condition of the Olson Building.
The Olson Building (built in 1902) at 202 Commercial Ave. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places. While the building has a large "1891" above the door, that is likely the date the saloon was established — the wood buildings burned and were replaced by the brick one in 1902. Anacortes Museum
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