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Brace: Google Storms San Francisco Soon

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Mark your calendars, gold diggers: on March 3rd, hundreds of an eventual 1,200-strong team of Google employees will swarm the Hills Plaza at 345 Spear Street, former H.Q. to the Gap. The three floor, 197,000 foot space that's been given a $20 million green overhaul. Sustainable? Yes. Frivolous? You bet. A plastic tubular slide will zip forever-young workers from the third to the second floors, a bit of fun cribbed from the company's Zurich office— and a feat that's still giving Skyline Construction's engineers a fit or two as March looms large. Also on tap is a $4 million, 4,000 square foot gourmet cafe, free for all employees (whose menu, we assume, expands upon the traditional three-course tech meal of pizza, Mountain Dew, and no sleep.)
· Google marches into San Francisco [SF Business Times]

[Ed note: This just in— a reader just directed us to some interior shots; take the jump for the deets.]

[Images courtesy Skyline Construction]

Google San Francisco

345 Spear Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 415 736 0000