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BERKELEY, CA-The University of California Press is selling its Berkeley building, marketing it as a development site. The company will move to Oakland, and has issued a call for bids to start at $4.75 million, or about $196 per square foot for its three-story building at 2120 Berkeley Way, according to a recent report in the San Francisco Business Times.

The Berkeley building contains about 24,237-square-feet of office space built in 1924 and renovated in 1983. The sale is being handled by Gordon Commercial Real Estate.

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