Large San Jose workplace buildings with tech tenants land native purchaser

Large San Jose workplace buildings with tech tenants land native purchaser

SAN JOSE — Three huge workplace buildings in San Jose which can be leased to tech corporations have been purchased for greater than $90 million in a deal that factors to a sturdy Silicon Valley workplace market regardless of rising financial turbulence.

The just-bought buildings are positioned at 541 E. Trimble Street, 2520 Junction Ave. and 2560 Junction Ave., in accordance with paperwork filed on Nov. 10 with the Santa Clara County Recorder’s Workplace.

A Bay Space group, performing by means of an affiliate, JJ&W Montague, paid slightly below $94.7 million for the buildings, the county property data present.

The JJ&W group headed by Matt Morey, Nancy Wallace and Adam Morey, who’re executives with Mountain View-based Peninsula Constructing Supplies, purchased the three buildings, in accordance with county recordsdata and state enterprise paperwork.

Office building at 541 E. Trimble Road in north San Jose.(George Avalos/Bay Area News Group)
Workplace constructing at 541 E. Trimble Street in north San Jose. 

The three workplace and analysis buildings complete roughly 209,400 sq. ft, in accordance with a Cushman & Wakefield brochure and a publish on the LoopNet industrial property web site.

The buildings are a part of Montague Crossing, a four-building tech campus on the nook of East Trimble Street and Junction Avenue, with further frontage on Montague Expressway in north San Jose.

The vendor was an alliance of Rockford Capital and 4 Corners Properties, which had teamed as much as purchase the Montague Crossing campus in 2015.

“Including a blue-chip asset like (this workplace heart) to our current portfolio is an thrilling milestone for JJ&W and reaffirms our dedication to continued funding and progress within the South Bay,” mentioned Bob Raybuck, JJ&W’s chief monetary officer.

The 541 E. Trimble workplace constructing, totaling 91,000 sq. ft, is leased to Comet Applied sciences; the 2520 Junction constructing, which totals 34,300 sq. ft, is rented by a unit of Infineon Applied sciences; the 2560 Junction workplace constructing, totaling 84,200 sq. ft, is leased to Gener8.

An office building at 2560 Junction Ave. in north San Jose(George Avalos/Bay Area News Group)
An workplace constructing at 2560 Junction Ave. in north San Jose 


Scott Prosser, Joe Moriarty and Jack DePuy, brokers with the capital markets unit of economic actual property agency, CBRE, represented the customer.

Comet Applied sciences and Gener8 leased their respective workplace buildings this yr.