Facebook has just announced that it has signed a lease for 436,000 square feet of office space at 181 Fremont, the new mixed-use, luxury tower in San Francisco's Financial District. The company's new space will have room for 2,000-3,000 staff members. The deal represents the largest corporate lease in San Francisco in three years, according to San Francisco Business Times. The building, designed by Heller Manus Architects, is also home to 67 luxury residences that feature sleek and elegant interiors by designer Orlando Diaz-Azcuy.
Looking beyond its present Silicon Valley headquarters, Facebook has leased a 436,000-square-foot office space at 181 Fremont Street in San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood for approximately $35 million. Facebook's new lease is the city's largest in three years, according to the San Francisco Business Times, and the space could house as many as 3,000 employees.
Facebook has just signed a lease for office space in 181 Fremont, the new luxury tower in San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood. This new office will give the company 436,000 additional square feet of space, and it represents the largest corporate lease in the city in the last three years, according to San Francisco Business Times. The space is large enough to accommodate between 2,000 and 3,000 employees.
On the heels of rumors dating back to June of this year, Facebook has now confirmed that it has leased a 436,000-square-foot office space in 181 Fremont, the new tower situated between Howard and Mission Streets. The lease represents the largest corporate leasing deal in the city in three years. Select divisions will move to the 181 Fremont space in early 2018; the new space at 181 Fremont will hold between 2,000 and 3,000 staff members.
Facebook has just signed what is being described in the San Francisco Business Times as the "largest office lease in three years"—in the city's ultratall luxury tower, 181 Fremont. The company, which will be adding 436,000 square feet of office space with this lease, will substantially increase their total footprint, which currently includes their Menlo Park headquarters, designed by Frank Gehry. The 802-foot-tall 181 Fremont, which has an eye-catching saw-tooth pattern exoskeleton, was designed by Heller Manus Architects and developed by Jay Paul Company. The building will be complete in early 2018.