The city is looking for people interested in using the building that sits near the West Holly Street entrance to Maritime Heritage Park.
The space, called the Environmental Education building, has a main room that is about 830 square feet, an office, a restroom and storage. For now, it is rarely used.
Groups interested in using the space should send a letter of interest to the city before Nov. 30. Contact city planner Darby Cowles at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-778-8389.
City staff would like tenants to use the building for classes, dining or in other ways that attract people to the park throughout the week, day and night, according to a city news release.
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Once the letters are in, staff could choose to work with a potential tenant, or issue a formal request for proposals.
For more information and to view a floor plan of the building, go to cob.org.