LIthia Motor Group, the Oregon-based company that operates Camp Subaru and BMW in Spokane, paid $2.1 million for the former Empire Ford building, court records show.
When the story appeared last week, a Camp spokesman confirmed the amount for the building exceeded $2 million. But the formal closing of the sale only occurred this week.
The seller is Ford Motor Credit Company, which took over the downtown building after previous owner, Empire Ford, shut down in 2009.
Camp will relocate all Subaru operations to the building later this year. BMW sales and service will remain at the current site on East Montgomery. Jim Quigley and Mike Livingston, of Kiemle & Hagood, were brokers for the deal.