Winning bids for 19 Snohomish County liquor stores

The Washington State Liquor Control Board on Monday announced the winning bidders for the rights to operate 167 state-run outlets, including 19 in Snohomish County. The auction, which raised $30.7 million statewide, was held as part of the state’s transition to private liquor sales. Here are the winning bids for those local stores. Five additional stores in Clearview, Darrington, Granite Falls, Mountlake Terrace and Sultan are already privately owned contract outlets not subject to the auction.

Liquor store Current address Winning bid Winning bidder
#116 11014 19th Ave. SE, Suite 20, Everett $400,100 Sung Lee Kim, Issaquah
#144 17525 Highway 99, Suite C, Lynnwood $340,100 Veeral Lal, Evans, Ga.
#79 800 164th S. SE, Suite C, Mill Creek $302,675 Kimberly An, Murphy, Texas
#138 1101 Avenue D, Suite C-106, Snohomish $260,300 Balwant Singh, Lacey
#193 2027 Broadway, Everett $251,100 Sarbjit Singh, Talolah
#80 304 E. Main St., Monroe $250,100 Niko Nguyen, Lynnwood
#74 4601 200th St. SW, Suite F, Lynnwood $230,100 Michale A. Beraki, Beaverton, Ore.
#6 6608 64th St. NE, Suite C, Marysville $203,100 Ram Lehal, Bellingham
#36 11700 Mukilteo Speedway, Mukilteo $190,300 Jeffrey Roh, Milton
#62 22824 100th Ave. W., Edmonds $154,100 Gurvinder Mander, Tumwater
#37 390 N. West Ave., Arlington $141,100 Sung M. Cho, Mukilteo
#141 303 91st Ave. NE, Lake Stevens $137,700 Amrik Kamoh, Tacoma
#175 8920 State Route 532, Stanwood $133,100 Yong J. Choe, Vancouver, B.C.
#172 3704 172nd St. NE, Suite G, Arlington $120,100 Ballwinder S. Sunner, Arlington
#87 20617 Bothell-Everett Highway, #C, Bothell $110,800 Abi Eshagi, Woodinville
#75 4933 Evergreen Way, Everett $100,100 Bruce Stackhouse of Kitmat Inc., Bremerton
#127 1203N SE Everett Mall Way, Everett $65,100 Edik Saroyan, Everett
#73 5006 132nd St. SE, Building D, Everett $57,100 Barb O’Sullivan, Jupiter, Fla.
#125 3332 Cedar St., Everett $55,100 Niko Nguyen, Lynnwood

SOURCE: Washington State Liquor Control Board

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