Whole Foods Market Inc. is moving its regional headquarters to Glendale, taking space at an empty office building constructed in 2009 by MPG Office Trust Inc. The Class A building at 207 Good Ave. was sold in 2010 by MPG in a distressed short sale. It was purchased by Lincoln Property Co. of Dallas for $23 million. Whole Foods’ regional offices currently occupy 23,074 square feet of space on two floors of an office building on Magnolia Street in Sherman Oaks. Details of the deal were not immediately available, but the company will occupy 45,080 square feet on the top two floors of the Glendale building, according to CoStar Group. “We are excited to be relocating our support office for the Southern Pacific Region of Whole Foods Market to the city of Glendale,” said Patrick Bradley, regional president of Whole Foods, in a statement. The offices will support the company’s Southern California, Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii stores. Whole Foods is slated to move into the space in April 2013. Whole Foods is headquartered in Austin, Texas.