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Kilroy buys Seattle land parcels near Amazon campus for $133M

Kilroy Realty Corp. purchased five parcels of land in downtown Seattle near Amazon.com Inc.'s high-rise campus for $133 million, the Puget Sound Business Journal reported, citing public records.

The office real estate investment trust purchased the parcels, which cover the majority of two blocks and include a Bank of America branch, from The Vance Corp. The assets are between roughly Fifth and Seventh avenues and between Stewart Street and Olive Way.

Kilroy also acquired a parking garage at 600 Olive Way; a small surface parking lot at 1818 Sixth Ave.; the Lloyd Building at 601 Stewart St.; and a large surface parking lot at 1825 Seventh Ave.

The publication could not find any immediate plans for the property by the new owner or get a comment from a Kilroy executive.