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Google signs lease for one and a half buildings at Moffett Towers

Alphabet Inc.-owned Google agreed to lease 498,362 square feet at Jay Paul Co. Inc.'s Moffett Towers office campus in North Sunnyvale, Calif., the Silicon Valley Business Journal reported, citing real estate industry sources.

The lease includes all of 1020 Enterprise Way totaling 317,166 square feet and more than half of 1050 Enterprise Way, which also totals 317,166 square feet, the publication said, citing the sources.

The buildings are part of a seven-building Class A office campus offering 1.8 million square feet of rentable office space.

Previous tenants at the Google-leased office space included Microsoft, occupying 237,000 square feet; GoDaddy, leasing 40,000 to 50,000 square feet; Baidu, occupying 18,000 square feet; Edelman Financial Engines, occupying about 81,000 square feet; and Rambus Inc., occupying 125,210 square feet, the news outlet reported.

Google spokesperson Michael Appel confirmed the leases, and Dave Sandlin of Colliers International said Google signed the lease in November 2019, the publication noted.

Jay Paul COO Janette D'Elia declined a request for comment by the Silicon Valley Business Journal, citing a nondisclosure agreement.