Last month, Twitter made headlines when landlords in San Francisco and New York sued the social media giant for allegedly stopping its rent payments soon after Elon Musk bought the company and began a cost-cutting binge.

Now, one by one, the buildings that pair Twitter with a landlord who is suing the company are making headlines of their own. Two of them went into default last month, but it's looking like a third will have a happier ending.

The latest building associated with Twitter to grab the spotlight is the chat platform's headquarters in San Francisco, an Art Deco structure called Market Square but more commonly known as—have we hit 280 words?—the Twitter Building.

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