Yahoo! has officially inked a lease for the Chronicle building space at Fifth and Mission which Square will be vacating in September and to which Yahoo! plans to move their San Francisco team later this year.

In the process of “designing a cool, fun and beautiful space to inspire collaboration and innovation,” Yahoo’s office will include the requisite onsite food service and game room.

Technically within the old Examiner Building at 110 Fifth Street which is connected to the Chronicle Building by a pedestrian bridge over Minna, the space into which Yahoo! is moving is slated to demolished in 2018 as part of Forrest City’s massive 5M Project.

With over a million new square feet of office space, 750 new dwelling units, and 150,000 square feet of ground floor retail planned as part of the 5M Project, there will be plenty of options for Yahoo! to move and expand, a discussion that’s already in the works.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Mission Bay Rez


  2. Posted by Joel V

    So, are Chronicle staff still in the building?

  3. Posted by pvc

    they’re designing and building out a “fun and beautiful” space that they’ll only occupy for 4 years?

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