Super Micro Computer, a rising tech firm with revenue of more than $7B, has acquired a 20-acre site that was once the home of Fry’s Electronics-a North San Jose landmark consumer store known for its Mayan-themed décor-and entitlements from the city that will allow it to build a 1.9M SF office campus.

The information tech company, which is based in San Jose, purchased the site from an affiliate of Bay West Development for $80M, according to an SEC filing reported by the San Jose Mercury News.


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