SUNNYVALE — NetApp has put up for sale its enormous four-creating headquarters campus in Sunnyvale, marking the most recent effort by a tech titan to dispose of Silicon Valley or Bay Area houses.

The buildings that NetApp is trying to market overall roughly 702,200 square ft and are all located in a segment of northern Sunnyvale regarded as Moffett Park. In current a long time, Moffett Park has come to be 1 of Silicon Valley’s hottest places for authentic estate activity.

Much less than two many years back, NetApp offered other Sunnyvale homes adjacent to the kinds that are now on the marketplace. Google purchased the properties and land, having to pay $95.6 million for the properties, Santa Clara County community files show.

All the homes that both NetApp bought to Google or that NetApp now has placed up for sale are on a block bounded by East Java Drive, Geneva Travel, East Caribbean Generate, and Crossman Avenue in Sunnyvale.

Savills, a industrial real estate company, has circulated a flyer offering the 4-setting up campus to possible customers. The Course A office environment campus is remaining marketed by Savills brokers John Brady, Peter Hamann, Joseph Brady, and Michael Drew, according to the flyer.

A probable presenting selling price was not outlined in the revenue offer. The homes that had been positioned on the industry occupy about 21 acres.

Even so, $319.1 million is the present-day merged worth of the 4 parcels that are remaining offered for sale, according to documents on file with the Santa Clara County Assessor’s Workplace.

Sunnyvale-based NetApp didn’t answer to a ask for for remark.