The Exchange Building in downtown Seattle traded hands Tuesday for $66 million, according to public records. The price is 18 percent less than what the seller paid six years ago for the handsome art deco-style building. As expected, Beacon Capital Partners bought the 22-story tower, which was the second-tallest reinforced concrete skyscraper in the United States when it opened in 1930. The Puget Sound Business Journal reported last summer that Boston-based Beacon was buying the building at ...
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