Equity Office Nails Down Pair of Leases at SF Bay Area’s Skyway Landing

Wells Fargo Insurance Services has taken 40,257 square feet, while MarkLogic Corp. has nearly doubled its occupancy by expanding into an additional 18,630 square feet, making for a total of 40,268 square feet.

July 29, 2010
By Allison Landa, News Editor

Northern California commercial office landlord Equity Office has inked two new lease transactions at Skyway Landing in San Carlos, California.

Wells Fargo Insurance Services has taken 40,257 square feet at 959 Skyway Road – the building’s entire second floor – and will relocate from its current quarters in Redwood City. Wells Fargo was represented by Marcus Wood of Cassidy Turley/BT Commercial, while Equity’s in-house Peninsula leasing team of Vahe Soghomonian and Rick Buziak along with the Cornish & Carey listing team of Jack Troedson, Kristoph Lodge and Graham Woodall represented the landlord.

In adition, information infrastructure software firm MarkLogic Corp. has extended its existing lease at 999 Skyway and nearly doubled its occupancy by expanding into an additional 18,630 square feet, making for a total of 40,268 square feet. Derek Johnson and Chris Holland of Jones Lang LaSalle represented MarkLogic, while Soghomonian represented the landlord.

The 247,000-square-foot Skyway Landing was built in 2000 and sits on 12.6 acres.