CLEVELAND—Weber Wood Medinger first developed 25800 Science Park Blvd. in suburban Beachwood 1989, and 25 years later, even after leaving the development business, it is still doing deals for the building’s original anchor tenant. The company transitioned into a pure advisory and brokerage services in the 1990s, and has now, as Weber Wood Medinger/CORFAC International, just negotiated a lease extension for Austin Powder, which currently occupies 30,000-square-feet on the entire third floor.

Weber Wood Medinger occupies the building’s first floor. The lease was for 120 months at about $20 a foot. A Texas-based real estate trust owns the building, which sits in the Eastside office market at Chagrin Blvd. and I-271.

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