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Japanese buyer picks up Amazon-leased Seattle office building for $269M

Tokyo-based Takenaka Corp. acquired the Amazon.com Inc.-leased Tilt49 office building in Seattle's Denny Triangle area for $268.5 million, the Puget Sound Business Journal reported, citing Newmark Knight Frank.

The 11-story property at 1812 Boren Ave. was developed by Touchstone with Principal Real Estate Investors as its joint venture equity partner, according to the Dec. 19 report.

The Registry, which also reported on the sale, noted that the 2017-built building spans 290,573 square feet of class A office space along with 1,646 square feet of retail space that is leased to Mighty-O Donuts.