The restoration project of your dreams is here! It is the last man standing in what was once a river covered in structures dedicated to the fishing trade. Widely depicted in paintings and photographs, this iconic building hovers over the Columbia River in Astoria, Oregon. It was built by the Union Fisherman's Cooperative Packing Company at the turn of the century to repair & store fishing nets & boats. Most recently used as a studio space by many artists, this building offers high ceilings and breathtaking 360-degree water views. Continue the legacy of this space being a source of inspiration by bringing your own imagination!