Google Said to Expand San Francisco Space in Lease Deal
July 25, 2013


Google Inc. agreed to expand its San Francisco office space at Morgan Stanley’s Hills Plaza building in what would be the city’s biggest lease transaction of 2013, according to a person with direct knowledge of the deal...

“If you’re an office developer, you’re racing to get all these new buildings leased up,” Steve Barker, San Francisco branch manager for Studley Inc., a tenant brokerage, said in a telephone interview. “The most important thing is to land the anchor tenant.”

Google Said to Expand San Francisco Space in Lease Deal



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