A Bainbridge Island nursing home and a waterfront shopping
center in Port Orchard were among the top commercial property sales
A total of 22 commercial parcels changed hands that month for
a combined $8.57 million, according to county assessor’s
Here’s a look at some of the notable sales from April:
Island Health and Rehab — $2 million
Sale date: April 30
Assessed value: $2.55 million
Sold by: Extendicare Homes Inc. to
Bainbridge Health Holdings Inc.
Description: A 1.85-acre property and
69-bed nursing home at 835 Madison Ave. in Winslow.
Notes: The company that bought the home is
The Ensign Group, which
operates about 150 health care facilities. Island Health and
Rehab will be operated under Pennant, Ensign’s subsidiary
in the Northwest. Read
an earlier post about the sale here.
Port Orchard shopping center — $1.65 million
Sale date: April 27
Assessed value: $1.33 million
Sold by: Port Orchard Shopping Center to
Eagle 253 LLC.
Description: A 1.57 acre waterfront
property with a 26,000-square-foot shopping center on the 1200
block of Bay Street.
Notes: Eagle 253 is a Bruce Titus company.
The property is next door to the Bruce Titus Ford
dealership. Tenants at the shopping center include a St.
Vincent de Paul thrift store.
Former Poulsbo Chevron — $1.31 million
date: April 20
Assessed value: $895,000
Sold by: Raab and Raab Properties, LLC. to
Car Wash Enterprises, Inc.
Description: A three-quarter-acre parcel
at the southeast corner of Hostmark Street and Highway 305. A
Chevron station and convenience store were recently demolished.
Notes: Car Wash Enterprises does business
as Brown Bear Car Wash. Brown Bear already operated the gas
station and store at the site.
They closed the Poulsbo Chevron, along with one on Bainbridge
Island, earlier this year. Redevelopment for the two
Highway 305 properties are unclear at this point.
Hwy 303 auto shop — $1 million
Sale date: April 28
Assessed value: $1.18 million
Sold by: Gary Parker, as trustee for Vicki
Parker, to Knowlton LLC.
Description: A little less than an acre
and a 10,000-square-foot shop and retail space at 5921 Highway
Notes: It appears the owners of LK’s Auto Repair are bought the
location where they were doing business.