SAN JOSE — NetApp will move its headquarters to San Jose’s Santana Row and exit Sunnyvale after the tech giant struck a deal to sell its properties in Sunnyvale, executives said Thursday.
The company will move into 700 Santana Row, a modern office building that Splunk had previously leased and is now subleasing to NetApp.
“NetApp has completed the sale of its Sunnyvale campus for a purchase price of $365 million, and will be further customizing and moving into its new headquarters throughout the remainder of 2021,” the company said in a prepared release.
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