The 411,618 square foot Solyndra building in Fremont, CA, has just been put the market, thus bringing the troubled business, which has dogged the Obama administration for months, closer to its final end.
It's "Expandable to 739,232 square feet," the site adds.
"Solyndra, heralded by President Barack Obama as proof that ‘the promise of clean energy isn't just an article of faith,' filed for bankruptcy in September, days before the FBI raided its headquarters in Fremont, California," Bloomberg reports.
"The company received a $535 million loan guarantee under the Energy Department's Loan Guarantee Program in September 2009 that was funded by the Treasury's Federal Financing Bank, a government corporation created by Congress in 1973," the report adds.
The price of the Fremont Solyndra building has not yet been listed.