Tech company leases Santa Clara offices in headquarters expansion

Tech company leases Santa Clara offices in headquarters expansion


SANTA CLARA — A tech company has struck a deal to shift its headquarters to Santa Clara in an expansion of its local offices, executives said Tuesday.

Silergy Technology has leased about 27,700 square feet of office and research space at 2600 Great America Way in Santa Clara, according to commercial real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield, which helped to arrange the rental agreement.

The rental deal represents an expansion for Silergy, an up-and-coming semiconductor and analog devices firm that has been based in Sunnyvale and is now is moving its headquarters to Santa Clara.

Silergy Technology leased the entire top floor in the six-story office building, said Alex Lagemann, a Cushman & Wakefield managing director who represented the tech company in its rental transaction.

2600 Great America Way, an office building within the Santa Clara Gateway tech complex. (Google Maps)

“The company had an immediate requirement for a larger workplace and has firmly planted its flag in a spectacular penthouse location that has been completely renovated,” Lagemann said.

The company’s expansion offers a notable counterpoint to what has become a dreary drumbeat of widening tech layoffs in the Bay Area and nationwide.

Silergy leased its space in offices that are part of the two-building Santa Clara Gateway tech hub that is owned by Irvine Co., a veteran real estate firm.

The new headquarters will feature offices and lab spaces to accommodate Silergy’s research, engineering and administrative operations, along with the headquarters. Silergy also has an office in Orange County.

“The space is also being fully furnished with high-quality appointments by the landlord,” Lagemann said.

The company’s relocation was fueled by fast-rising demand for its products, according to Mike Grimm, chief executive officer for Silergy Technology.

“Silergy’s recent success with global customers in all market segments and all regions is driving the need for rapid expansion of business units, R&D, and sales operations,” Grimm said.



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