R.D. Wood, second from right, and his wife, B.J., purchased the former Big Dog Motorcycles showroom last year and leased it faster than expected. The Woods’ son, Zach, right, says the building’s location in the Douglas Design District is ideal. Kris Wessel, left, of NAI Martens represented the Woods family in the deal and has handled leasing at the space.
R.D. Wood, second from right, and his wife, B.J., purchased the former Big Dog Motorcycles showroom last year and leased it faster than expected. The Woods’ son, Zach, right, says the building’s location in the Douglas Design District is ideal. Kris Wessel, left, of NAI Martens represented the Woods family in the deal and has handled leasing at the space. Eagle File photo
R.D. Wood, second from right, and his wife, B.J., purchased the former Big Dog Motorcycles showroom last year and leased it faster than expected. The Woods’ son, Zach, right, says the building’s location in the Douglas Design District is ideal. Kris Wessel, left, of NAI Martens represented the Woods family in the deal and has handled leasing at the space. Eagle File photo
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Former Big Dog Motorcycles space filled faster than expected

February 28, 2016 11:00 PM