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Twitter’s Office History


Twitter has changed 3 offices during its short history, and soon it will make its largest moving to a new office. Let us take a look at the origin of its office history.

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The beginning

Initially, Twitter’s office was located at 164 South Park Avenue in San Francisco:

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Google Street View:

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This is a former warehouse with high ceilings

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The first moving

After a while, Twitter has moved into its new office at 539 Bryant Street in San Francisco:

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Google Street View:

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It was a spacious building with lots of natural light

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The second moving. The present

Currently, Twitter office is located at 795 Folsom Street in San Francisco:

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Google Street View:

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Moving took place in November 2009

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The future

In the middle of this year, Twitter is going to move to a new office. It will occupy about 18,500 square meters. It is expected to accommodate approximately 1,200 employees.

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Google Street View:

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Sources:

1. www.flickr.com/photos/kohtz/with/535632243/
2. www.flickr.com/photos/iluvpepero/sets/72157606565723750/
3. www.flickr.com/photos/twitteroffice/
4. www.officesnapshots.com/2012/01/26/the-history-of-twitters-offices/
5. techcrunch.com/2011/04/22/one-tax-break-later-twitter-announces-plans-to-move-to-central-market-sf-office/
Tags: office, Twitter
Pirat 10 february 2012, 20:09
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