Cost-cutting move includes showcase LEED-certified offices
SAN RAFAEL – Autodesk Inc., Marin County’s largest technology company, is closing the doors of its sustainability showcase on McInnis Parkway in a cost-cutting move.
The design software giant that occupies space in five different office buildings in Marin is sub-letting about 80,000 square feet in two locations, the company confirmed last week.
The space, representing approximately a quarter of the 353,000 square feet Autodesk leases in San Rafael for its global headquarters and other central and administrative operations, is already in the process of being subleased.
According to Trevor Buck of NAI BT Commercial real estate brokerage, about 20,000 to 25,000 square feet at 1 McInnis Parkway, nearly the entire second floor, is being vacated by Autodesk. Autodesk is also removing its presence from 4000 Civic Center Parkway, where it had leased 60,000 square feet.