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Group plans professional building

A familiar old log cabin on the southwest corner of Broadway Avenue and Bowdish Road may soon be replaced by a professional building.

The property was part of a purchase-trade acquired by WAM Enterprises Inc., which is owned by Bruce Miller and his partner and father, Walt Miller.

Although specific plans haven’t been created, Bruce Miller said the property could eventually sprout a two-story 10,000-square-foot professional building, with offices built to specifications.

“Right now we’re just trying to assess the demand. I would give (it) probably six to 18 months and we’ll have something going there,” Miller said.

Miller hopes to find a buyer willing to reassemble the cabin elsewhere or, at the very least, reuse the logs.

“Just looking at the age of the cabin, you would have to think it would have been there before a lot of development in the Valley.”

The group made a similar arrangement when it developed a property on Argonne Road and sold an existing old home owned by the Pring family for $5,000. The home was relocated to 16th Avenue and Bowdish Road.

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