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Bloomsday sells former building to Spokane lawyer John Munding

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Spokane attorney John Munding has moved his law office from the Davenport Tower to the former Bloomsday organization office, at 1610 W. Riverside Ave.

Munding paid $326,000 for the 3,500-square-foot office building. Earlier this year the Lilac Bloomsday Association vacated the building and moved to another office in the West Central neighborhood .

Munding said he will use the entire building for his firm. It's one of the few office buildings with its own "troll bridge," Munding said. Or, if we misheard, he said "draw bridge." Sounded like the former.

Brian Walker of NAI Black represented the buyer. Pat Martin, of Martin Partners Real Estate, represented the Bloomsday Association in the deal.

The Spokesman-Review business team follows economic development in Spokane and the Inland Northwest.