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Real estate roundup

The Columbian

Recent commercial real estate transactions as reported by area brokerage firms.

Ammo Depot has leased 6,800 square feet of industrial space from the Port of Ridgefield at 600 S. 74th Place, Unit 103, Ridgefield. Kelly Shea of Coldwell Banker Commercial Jenkins & Associates represented the tenant and Scott Frasier of Kidder Mathews represented the landlord.

Casey Eye Institute has renewed its lease at The Fisher Building, 16701 S.E. McGillivray Blvd., Suite 175, Vancouver. Jan Bottcher of CBRE represented the tenant.

Consolidated Metco Inc., doing business as ConMet, has leased 3,059 square feet from Rainbow Holdings at Tidewater Cove, 5701 S.E. Columbia Way, Vancouver. KC Fuller of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the landlord.

Craig Sorenson has purchased a 6,396-square-foot building on 1.68 acres at 5717 N.E. 121st Ave., Vancouver, from Siemens Water Technologies Corporation. The purchase price was $500,000. Dave Brown of Columbia Commercial Properties represented the buyer and Rob McEachern of Capacity Commercial Group represented the seller.

Fratelli of Vancouver LLC, doing business as Willem’s on Main, has leased 1,500 square feet of restaurant space from Wayne Magnoni at 907 Main St., Vancouver. KC Fuller of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the tenant.

Rivercrest Holdings LLC has leased 7,500 square feet of industrial space at 1205 S.E. Grace Ave., Battle Ground, from Crown Development Group LLC II. Dave Brown of Columbia Commercial Properties represented both parties.

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