Drawbridge Sells Mountain View Property To Google For $14.9 Million

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – Drawbridge Realty announced that it has sold the property located at 2637 Marine Way in Mountain View, CA to Google for $14.9 million. The single story, 20,813 square foot, Class A office/R&D building had been 100% leased to Google and is situated less than one quarter of a mile from its world headquarters. The property was originally built in 1968 and fully renovated in 2011 by Google. Its location directly off U.S. Highway 101 provides the property with immediate access to the Bay Area’s major transportation corridors including Interstate 280 and Highways 237, 82, 84 and 92. A Caltrain commuter rail station is also within four miles of the property providing service to San Francisco and Silicon Valley.

Steven Golubchik, Michael Leggett, and Ben Bullock of HFF represented Drawbridge on this transaction.

About Drawbridge Realty
Drawbridge Realty is a San Francisco-based real estate investment and development company that targets commercial property investments in select markets across the United States with a current portfolio comprising approximately three million square feet located predominately in the western U.S. The firm pursues properties suited to corporate tenants, with an emphasis on fully occupied buildings, as well as properties that are ready for new development, redevelopment, or conversions to higher and better uses. The current portfolio is comprised of properties located in the Silicon Valley; San Diego; Austin, Texas; and Salt Lake City, Utah. Drawbridge has completed transactions with major corporations including Broadcom, Google, Johnson & Johnson, L-3 Communications, Lockheed Martin, Medtronic, Monsanto, National Instruments, Northrop Grumman, and Unisys.

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