Tre Lounge building goes on market

Aug. 8, 2019

The former Tre Lounge building at 601 W. 33rd St. has been put up for sale.

The building currently leases space to the nonprofit Tre Ministries and its Coffee Bar 605.

The broker, Dale Zomer, said prospective buyers already have expressed interest.

In late 2018, Tre Lounge, which closed in early 2017, was converted to Tre Ministries by Sandy Berven, who leases the space from the building’s owners, the Olson family. Tim Olson died unexpectedly in June at age 47.

Tre Ministries is a nonprofit open to all faiths and serves as a gathering space for high school and college students. Berven said she is looking for a new location.

“Tre’s prime location has served the city well over many years and was a perfect launch location for Tre Ministry,” she said.

“We are grateful for this place that we called home for the past 10 months. We designed this ministry to be nimble. We are looking at this as an opportunity to get even closer to the population we want to serve — college students and young adults — especially those who are looking for a place to belong.”

The nonprofit’s growth has been organic, with unexpected partnerships and relationships built, she said.

Numerous churches have used the ministry center for meetings and Bible studies. The space has been used for everything from podcasts to worship services.

Tre will continue at its location until Sept. 1 and is looking for a new location along with continuing its online presence. The hope is to open a new location early in the fall.

The 7,300-square-foot building is on the market for $1.475 million. It was built in 1983, remodeled in 2005 and includes a patio.

Tre Lounge building goes on market

The former Tre Lounge building at 601 W. 33rd St. has been put up for sale.

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