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Dutch restaurant buys lakeshore building

February 11, 2015
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Dutch restaurant buys vacant lakeshore building
The Dutch restaurant and bakery DeBoer Bakkerij Restaurant in Holland has purchased a vacant restaurant building in the city. Courtesy Signature Associates

A Dutch restaurant and bakery has acquired a vacant restaurant building at the lakeshore.

Holland-based DeBoer Bakkerij Restaurant recently purchased the one-story building in Holland, at 380 W. 16th St.

The building is about 2,000 square feet and has about 25 parking spaces.

The space, built in 1991, was formerly the home of the Mexican restaurant Tacos El Cunado.

Northpointe Bank sold it to Dutch Bros LLC for $110,000 on Dec. 30, 2014, according to City of Holland records. In 2014, the assessed value was $107,900.

Tom Elhart, associate broker at Signature Associates, represented the building’s seller, Northpointe Bank.

Dutch Bros LLC is DeBoer Bakkerij Restaurant, said Elhart.

He said DeBoer Bakkerij is working through plans for the space.

“It’s going to be a really cool thing for the south side of Holland,” Elhart said. “They are putting a plan together.”

DeBoer Bakkerij Restaurant could not be reached for comment.

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