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Real Estate Roundup

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

Delivery Solutions of America has leased 1,044 square feet of office space at 113 W. Seventh St., Vancouver, from SL Property. Brett Irons of Coldwell Banker Commercial Jenkins & Associates represented both parties.

Franke Beverage Systems, providing keg reconditioning, has leased 23,464 square feet of industrial space at 3801 N.E. 109th Ave., Vancouver, from Kittelson Properties. Garret Harper and Charlie Kleier of NAI Norris, Beggs & Simpson represented the landlord, and Eleanor Aschoff of Macadam Forbes represented the tenant.

Grace and Kyu Ha Yu have purchased .79 of an acre of vacant land from Clark County. The site is at the southeast corner of the intersection at Northeast Highway 99 and Northeast 88th Street, Vancouver, and the purchase price was $300,000. Charlie Kleier and Sierk Braam of NAI Norris, Beggs & Simpson represented the buyer.

Lincare, provider of in-home oxygen and respiratory services, has renewed its lease at Creekside Business Park, 6017 E. 18th St., Vancouver. Paul Young of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the landlord.

Refresh Therapy, providing counseling services, has leased 1,490 square feet of office space at 1319 N.E. 134th St., Suite 111, Vancouver, from DG Holsinger II. The anticipated move-in date is Feb. 1. Adam Roselli of Eric Fuller & Associates represented the tenant.

Sigma Design has leased 5,500 square feet at 1601 Broadway, Vancouver, from DPG Properties. Kevin Wingate-Pearse of Bluestone Hockley represented the tenant and Terry Phillips of The Phillips Group represented the landlord.


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