Bill Brown's Building
In the early 1900's, Bill Brown's building was known for it's saloon on the lower floor and community space above, which often hosted dancing. Rumor has it that the building was also a brothel for a period of time. When prohibition closed his saloon, Brown turned to other endeavors such as an auto stage line and a logging business, eventually enjoying a long run as Redmond's Mayor. Today, his building retains much of its original architecture. Brown would be happy to note that there's even a modern day 'saloon' downstairs. We feel fortunate to have our offices on the top floor of Brown's important piece of history.