Google-building

Google reportedly purchased six office buildings from Starwood Capital Group LLC and Blackstone Group LP for $585 million, according to Bloomberg. The facilities are located at the Pacific Shores Center office park in Redwood City, California and are about 11 miles away from the search giant’s Mountain View headquarters.

A recent financial report from Google discreetly references a real estate deal for the same sum, but didn’t disclose specific details about the deal. Additionally, the filing also revealed that the company committed to nearly $1 billion in office lease agreements through 2028.

Google’s new acquisition clocks in at about 934,200 square feet of office space, along with a 38,000 square-foot fitness facility loaded with a gym and pool, according to Bloomberg’s sources. The office’s addresses are reportedly 1200, 1300, 1600, 1700, 1800, and 1900 Seaport Blvd. at the luxurious waterfront corporate campus.

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