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Macy’s Shuttering Dot-Com HQ in SF, Expanding in Atlanta

Macy’s Shuttering Dot-Com HQ in SF, Expanding in Atlanta

While Macy’s is shuttering its 243,000-square-foot dot-com space at 680 Folsom Street in San Francisco, which is currently home to around 1,000 macys.com employees and contractors, the company isn’t reducing its ongoing investment in technology or focus on digital growth. In fact, the company is actually planning to expand... Read More »

From Rendering To Reality On Folsom, New Plaza Up Next

From Rendering To Reality On Folsom, New Plaza Up Next

Slated to re-open later this year with Riverbed Technology and Macys.com as anchor tenants, the re-skinning and rebuilding of 680 Folsom Street which kicked off early last year and topped out this past October is nearly complete. The project will yield 505,000 square feet of office space with a... Read More »

Macys.com Headed To 680 Folsom Street As First Reported

Two months ago a plugged-in reader first reported a deal with Macys.com was in the works to lease 250k square feet at 680 Folsom Street. Yesterday, a 15-year lease for 242,573 square feet on floors 8 through 14 at 680 Folsom was officially announced. With a projected re-opening in... Read More »

The Reskinned 680 Folsom Will Be Home To Riverbed In 2013

The Reskinned 680 Folsom Will Be Home To Riverbed In 2013

Along with the latest rendering for the $87 million remodel of 680/690 Folsom that’s now underway which highlights the corner of Folsom and Third on which a new 15,000-square-foot retail or cultural building will rise, we’ve also got news that Riverbed Technology has leased a third of 680 Folsom... Read More »

From Renovation To Potentially Razed For 680/690 Folsom

From Renovation To Potentially Razed For 680/690 Folsom

According to J.K. Dineen, TMG Partners’ renovation and redesign of 680/690 Folsom might never see the light of day through those proposed glass curtain walls. Instead, the buildings could be razed to make way for a Moscone Center expansion. While city officials are not ready to discuss the project... Read More »