Big East Bay office complex lands buyer in deal that tops $70 million

PLEASANTON — A big East Bay office complex whose main occupant is Clorox, a consumer and household products titan, has been bought for more than $70 million in a deal that hints at a feeble Bay Area office market.

The Pleasanton office center has been bought for $73.5 million, according to documents filed on Jan. 30 with the Alameda County Recorder’s Office.

PSAI Realty Partners, acting through affiliate SFF Clorox Center, bought the office property, which is bounded on two sides by Johnson Drive and on the other two sides by Franklin Drive, Alameda County public records show.

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