Architectural plans for the former San Jose Mercury News plant at 750 Ridder Park Drive, San Jose, including original construction
and later expansions and renovations.
The 750 Ridder Park Drive publishing plant was designed in the modernist style by Warren B. Heid, and built on 36 acres in
1965-1966. The paper moved its operations to the new location in 1967 after several locations in downtown San Jose. It operated
at the Ridder Park Drive location until 2014, when a downsized operation moved back to downtown San Jose. The site was sold
to Super Micro Computer, Inc.
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