$100 million-plus, two days: Prime South San Francisco sites are bought

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — The biotech and tech hotbeds of South San Francisco continue to entice real estate investors, with buyers purchasing sites in prime locations for more than a combined $100 million in just two days.

Real estate firms bought a parking lot next to the Golden Gate Produce Terminal on Terminal Court and a building and land at 573 Forbes Blvd., according to documents filed in early May with the San Mateo County Recorder’s Office.

The purchases are a sign that investors still hunger for key sites in South San Francisco, which has become one of the most active regions in the nation for the development of spaces

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