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Real estate roundup

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

54-40 Brewing Company has leased 7,500 square feet of space from the Port of Camas-Washougal in Building 14, Bays 1 & 2, to expand its beer production and for a tasting room. The anticipated move-in date is Sept. 1. Eric Fuller and Paul Young of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the landlord and John Lee of JLL represented the tenant.

The Bonneville Power Administration has leased 25,469 square feet in suites 050 and 200 at The 4400 Building, 4400 N.E. 77th Ave., Vancouver, to accommodate new project engineers. The anticipated move-in date is Aug. 1. Eric Fuller and KC Fuller of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the landlord and Kristin Hammond and Trevor Kafoury of CBRE represented the tenant.

JJHW has purchased a retail building, for an auto dealership, on 3.71 acres at 7110 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd., Vancouver, from JG Vancouver. The purchase price is $4,365,000. Deborah Ewing of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the buyer.

Karmy Law Office has leased 1,138 square feet of office space at Heron Gate, 2 S. 56th Place, Ridgefield. The anticipated move-in date is Sept. 1. Adam Roselli and Byron Roselli of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the landlord.

MacKay Sposito, energy, public works and land development consultants, has leased 3,797 square feet of office space at 7200 N.E. 41st St., Vancouver, from Summit Lane. Adam Roselli and Byron Roselli of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the landlord.

Silvertrek Systems has leased 1,048 square feet of office space at 1710 W. Main St., Suite 101, Battle Ground, from BTR Properties. Jim West of Coldwell Banker Commercial Jenkins & Associates represented both parties.

U.S. Cryogenics has leased 1,286 square feet of office space at Garden Park, 3205 N.E. 78th St., Suite 103, Vancouver, from Strawn Properties. Jim West of Coldwell Banker Commercial Jenkins & Associates represented both parties.


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