Grocery store, Goodwill and a motel among March commercial sales

The $9.23 million acquisition of a former Silverdale Albertsons headlined Kitsap County commercial property sales in March.

The Bucklin Hill Road grocery store changed hands March 6 and was rebranded as a Haggen.

Properties home to a Silverdale Goodwill store and Bremerton Super 8 motel also changed hands in March. A total of 22 commercial parcels sold that month for a combined $22.7 million, according to  county assessor’s documents.

Here’s a look at a few  high-profile transactions:

Silverdale Albertsons (now Haggen) — $9.23 million

Sale date: March 6

Assessed value: $7.06 million

IMG_7058Sold by: ABS WA O, LLC. to SPIRIT SPE HG 2015-1, LLC.

Description: A 5.4-acre property and 56,000-square-foot store at 2222 NW Bucklin Hill Road.

Notes: The buyer was a Spirit Realty Capital company, which leased the property to Haggen.

The Silverdale Albertsons was one of three Kitsap stores Haggen is acquiring this year as part of a divestiture required for the mammoth Albertsons/Safeway merger.

The Silverdale store and a Port Orchard Safeway changed over to the Haggen brand in March. The Port Orchard store is located in Bethel Junction, which recently sold to a California company.

An East Bremerton Albertsons is set to transition to Haggen in June.

Silverdale Goodwill — $6.63 million

Sale date: March 15

Assessed value: $4.98 million

Sold by: Kirby Properties, LLC. to Seattle Goodwill Industries

Description: A 2.2-acre property and 61,000-square-foot retail center at 10001 Mickelberry Road NW.

Notes: It appears Goodwill bought the property from Daniel Kirby of Olympia. The nonprofit retailer opened on Mickelberry Road in 2009. The building was previously home to Linens ‘N’ Things.

Bremerton Super 8 — $1.95 million

Sale date: March 2

Assessed value: $2.6 million

Sold by: The Peninsula Group, LLC. to Sumit, LLC.

Description: A motel on 1.3 acres at 5008 Kitsap Way in West Bremerton.

Bayside Storage, Annapolis — $634,000

Sale date: March 30

Assessed value: $304,800

Sold by: Bayside Storage, LLC. to Ryan Goding

Description: A storage facility on one-third of an acre at 1960 Bay Street.

Notes: Bayside Storage appeared in our pages recently for hosting an eclectic flea market on weekends.

Former Nite Shift, Bremerton — $250,000

nite.shiftSale date: March 19

Assessed value: $294,000

Sold by: 242 Burwell, LLC. to Denny Hill Residential, LLC.

Description: A 5,000-square-foot former tavern built in 1956. Located at 242 Burwell Street in downtown.

Notes: Buyers have applied for permits to replace the old tavern with multi-family housing.

Moondogs Too, Port Orchard — $383,000

Sale date: March 8

Assessed value: $285,000

Sold by: DBSC Holdings, LLC. to Fore Investments, LLC.

Description: A 4,200-square-foot bar and grill built in 1900 and adjacent patio on Bay Street.

Notes: Moondogs was put up for sale a year ago due to the passing of former owner Darryl Baldwin.

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