Fortinet widens Sunnyvale tech footprint with new real estate deal

(Google Maps) 140 San Lazaro Ave. in Sunnyvale.

SUNNYVALE — Fortinet has widened its shopping spree for Sunnyvale sites where the tech company can undertake future projects to expand its Silicon Valley footprint.

All told, Fortinet has spent slightly more than $127 million buying up an array of properties near and next to its headquarters in Sunnyvale, this news organization’s review of numerous public records shows.

In the most recent deal, Fortinet paid $3.3 million for a nondescript building at 140 San Lazaro Ave. at the corner of Kifer Road in Sunnyvale, according to documents filed on Nov. 29 with the Santa Clara

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