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SEATTLE-Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center has acquired the 177,056-square-foot 1100 Eastlake Building, which was built in 2008, from Blume 1100 Limited Partnership for $36 million. CB Richard Ellis, which negotiated the deal, notes that 1100 Eastlake, which was vacant, was built and engineered to accommodate both office and life science users.

CBRE’s Tim O’Keefe and Jesse Ottele of the company’s Seattle office, along with West Coast office investment experts Kevin Shannon and Rob Hannan, represented the seller. The property features a below-grade parking garage for 410 cars.

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