The Columbian

Campbell, under the name Downtown Vitality Partners, investedupward of $30 million developing the building for the newspaper,which occupies the four lower floors and was expected to eventuallytake over the entire building. Now, however, the newspaper ispreparing to move back to its former headquarters and the newbuilding is on the market.

Chris Johnson, the listing broker and an NBS executive, tellsGlobeSt.com that there are multiple owner-users showing interest inthe property, which was constructed by Gerding Edlen Development."It will allow somebody to gain a presence in Clark County at thefoot of the Interstate bridge in a LEED-Gold building for at orbelow replacement cost," he says.

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