TikTok Parent Taking 658K SF Office Sublease in San Jose – Globe St.

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Silicon Valley office owners concerned that the market might join San Francisco in a large-scale downsizing of tech office footprints breathed a huge sigh of relief this week as the Chinese parent of TikTok signaled its intention to ink a 658K sublease at a two-building campus that Verizon anchored in San Jose.
ByteDance, the tech conglomerate based in China, is planning to sublease Coleman Highline, a two-building campus on Coleman Ave. in San Jose, according to a report in the San Jose Mercury News.
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