Tishman Speyer Sells 719,037 SF Silicon Valley Office Complex Leased to Meta
SUNNYVALE, CALIF. — Tishman Speyer has sold a 719,037-square-foot office campus in the Moffett Park submarket of Sunnyvale, just west of San Jose, to CommonWealth Partners.
While the price was not disclosed, Tishman Speyer acquired the asset in April 2021 for $356 million, and soon leased the entire campus to Meta, the parent company of social media networks Facebook and Instagram. Google occupies a multi-building campus immediately adjacent to the site.
The property features four modern office buildings, two parking structures and outdoor recreational space. Campus amenities include a gym with a basketball court, lockers and showers; outdoor volleyball court; executive briefing center; full-service cafeteria; multiple kitchens; break centers; phone rooms; and other common areas.
This acquisition more than doubles CommonWealth Partners’ holdings in the Moffett Park submarket to over 1.2 million square feet of LEED Gold- or Platinum-certified trophy office space.
“The sale and the lease demonstrate that Silicon Valley remains a global center of innovation,” says Rob Speyer, CEO of Tishman Speyer. “Moreover, this deal demonstrates that the market for highly collaborative, well-designed office space with accessible green space and top-level amenities is still strong.”
Kevin Shannon, Steven Golubchik, Phil Mahoney, Jonathan Schaefler and Darren Hollak of Newmark represented Tishman Speyer in the sale.
Established in California in 1995, CommonWealth Partners has a long history of ownership in Silicon Valley and strong local ties in the market. The company has offices in Los Angeles and New York, overseeing $10 billion in real estate assets.
Tishman Speyer is an owner, developer, operator and investment manager of first-class real estate in 30 markets across the United States, Europe, Asia and Latin America. The company’s current portfolio includes iconic assets such as Rockefeller Center in New York City, The Springs in Shanghai, TaunusTurm in Frankfurt and the Mission Rock neighborhood currently under development in San Francisco.
— Jeff Shaw