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PORTLAND-The discount stock brokerage firm Bidwell & Co. is done with its renovation of the historic Durham & Bates Building it purchased last year for $2.4 million. The Web-based company spent a year renovating the structure, which was designed in the 1920s by well-known architect A.E. Doyle for use as the regional headquarters for the Bank of California.

The project was directed by company owner Jerry Bidwell, architects ZGF Partnership and Hoffman Construction. The building was purchased from California-based Chelsea Development Co. In moving into the building at 330 SW Sixth Ave., Bidwell vacated one-third the space it was leasing in the Police Headquarters building on Southwest Second Avenue.

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