Friday was a big day for completing Seattle real estate deals, with Metropolitan Park East & West and a century-old waterfront office building selling in separate transactions.

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Friday was a big day for completing Seattle real estate deals: Three buildings changed hands for a total of $442 million, according to King County records.

The so-called Twin Toaster buildings — Metropolitan Park East and West — were sold for $139.2 million and $133.6 million, respectively, to a real estate fund that shares a Los Angeles address with CBRE Strategic Partners. The seller was an affiliate of Brookfield Office Properties of Toronto.

Meanwhile, Seattle-based Wright Runstad sold the century-old office building at 2601 Elliott on Seattle’s waterfront for $170 million. The buyer is a fund affiliated with I&G Direct Real Estate, which is reportedly linked to JP Morgan.

The 332,000-square-foot building, completed in 1916, is occupied by fast-growing online retailer zulily, among others.