Cresa San Jose Represents ATopTech in 26K SF Office Lease Expansion and Relocation in Santa Clara

SAN JOSE —Mike Mordaunt and Scott Kinder of Cresa San Jose recently represented ATopTech in a 25,600 SF office and R&D lease expansion and relocation at 2111 Tasman Drive in Santa Clara, Calif.

ATopTech, a leading provider of next-generation physical design solutions that address the challenges of designing integrated circuits, previously occupied office space at 3099 North First Street in San Jose. The company, which recently completed its move in, is expanding and relocating its headquarters to the standalone office building to meet its growing needs.

The landlord, RREEF, was represented by Joe Kelly and Rob Shannon of CBRE.

“We desired to obtain a freestanding building in order to facilitate Atoptech’s business growth,” said Jue-hsien Chern, CEO. “After extensive due diligence and a comprehensive search, the Cresa team was able to locate a property that met our requirements, and they delivered a cost-effective solution for us in Santa Clara.”

Cresa is the nation’s largest corporate real estate advisory firm exclusively representing tenants. California offices include San Jose, Palo Alto, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Woodland Hills, Orange County, Ontario, San Diego, and Sacramento.

Cresa is an international corporate real estate advisory firm that exclusively represents tenants and specializes in the delivery of fully integrated real estate services, including: Transaction Management, Project Management, Strategic Planning, Workforce and Location Planning, Subleases and Dispositions, Portfolio / Lease Administration, Capital Markets, Sustainability, Industrial / Supply Chain, and Facilities Management. With 57 offices, Cresa is the largest tenant representation firm in North America. Through its alliance with Savills, one of the world’s largest commercial real estate services firms, Cresa covers more than 255 locations in 40 countries. For more information, visit www.cresa.com.

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