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Real Estate Roundup

The Columbian

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

Chin Cheng has renewed his lease of 600 square feet at 2200 Broadway, Vancouver. Terry Phillips of The Phillips Group represented Toucan Too LLC, the landlord.

SEIU has leased 2,352 square feet of flex space at Eastridge Business Park, 11713 N.E. 99th St., Vancouver, from Investors Warranty of America. Keith Young and Joshua Schwartz of Kidder Mathews represented the landlord, and Cayla Wardenburg of Cresa represented the tenant.

Sea Mar Community Centers, a health care provider, has purchased Building 3 of Hiddenbrook Terrace from Hiddenbrook Terrace LLC for $2,050,000. The 13,000-square-foot building is at 19005 S.E. 34th St., Vancouver. The anticipated move-in date is in October 2014. Deborah Ewing and Adam Roselli of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the seller and Brian Petro of Horizon Real Estate represented the buyer.

The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington has leased 3,675-square-feet of office space at the Esther Short Building, 610 W. Esther St., Vancouver, from West Park Partners LLC. The Community Foundation is expanding into the building which is being renovated inside and out. The anticipated move-in date is Aug. 31. Bob Bernhardt and Jim West of Coldwell Banker Commercial Jenkins & Associates represented the tenant. Bob Bernhardt and Gordon Lewis represented the landlord.

Tumbleweed Software has renewed its lease of 1,700 square feet at Eastridge Business Park, 12009 N.E. 99th St., Vancouver. Keith Young and Joshua Schwartz of Kidder Mathews represented the landlord.

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