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Historic Broadview Dairy building changes hands

Spokane’s Broadview Dairy Building was sold to Seattle-based owners for $5.1 million earlier this month.

The structure, 411 W. Cataldo Ave., was built in 1910 and is on Spokane’s list of historic buildings. It was sold by Huckleberry Bay, which is comprised of members of the Barbieri family who own a variety of local properties. In the sale, Alicia Barbieri and Stephen Barbieri of Goodale & Barbieri Co. represented the seller.

The local real estate and property management company will continue to manage the mixed-use property for the new owners, Shooting the Moon II. The Seattle company is run by Corey Sollom, a real estate agent, and Mike Helgren, a lawyer.

Cody George, with Kiemle Hagood, represented the buyers. He said the building is completely leased out and no changes are anticipated for the 30,000-square-foot structure, which houses the Blackbird Tavern and Kitchen.

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