Creating office space for engineers from all of its recent acquisitions, the Web giant is said to be leasing a 35,000-square-foot building in the city's Mission neighborhood.
/ Source: CNet
San Francisco may be seeing more Google engineers roaming the city's Mission neighborhood in the upcoming future. The Web giant has reportedly leased a massive building in the area for employee office space.
The 35,000-square-foot building is big enough to fit 200 workers and reportedly will be geared toward housing engineers who came with Google's recent acquisitions, such as Nest Labs, SlickLogin, and Boston Dynamics.
According to Financial Times, Google already has an office in San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood and is also planning to open another work space in the South Park area. Google's main campus is in Silicon Valley and it owns several other office buildings in that area.