Terms of the deal with Bishop Ranch owner Sunset Development, represented by broker Michael McCandless of Savills, were not disclosed.
The office, formerly occupied by GE Software, will serve 1,000 Vaco employees working in shifts as contract content moderators for a business Vaco identified only as the world’s third-largest social media platform. The firm has 10,000 employees at 45 offices around the world.
Vaco’s clients include Facebook, Hulu, and YouTube, according to its website. It has an office in Walnut Creek serving Bay Area-based clientele.
Sunset Development said in the spring of last year it had leased 725,000 square feet of offices in the two years since the pandemic, with lease renewals appearing to make up the bulk of the deals.