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Donahue Schriber acquires 4 Wash. shopping centers

Donahue Schriber Realty Group LP acquired four shopping centers in the Seattle area in Washington, the Puget Sound Business Journal reported, citing property records from King and Snohomish counties.

The company paid more than $126 million for three of the properties.

The 125,616-square-foot Canyon Park Place shopping center in Bothell was bought for more than $52.5 million.

The company paid roughly $32 million for the 91,048-square-foot Lakeside at Canyon Park shopping center, also in Bothell.

The 151,563-square-foot Covington Square shopping center was acquired for roughly $42.3 million.

The 183,898-square-foot Point Fosdick Square in Gig Harbor was also acquired, but the Pierce County Assessor-Treasurer has not yet recorded a sale price. The asset sold for $59 million in 2014, according to the March 22 report.

In 2015, the company paid more than $47.8 million for the Interbay Urban Center and $51.5 million for the Lakeland Town Center in Auburn, the report noted.