Block won’t renew huge San Francisco lease, confirms it will retain St. Louis space


The fintech, which has made its headquarters in the San Francisco neighborhood for a decade, does plan to retain other office leases in the Bay Area, as well as in St. Louis and several other cities, the company said.

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