While most tech companies are reducing — or outright eliminating — their corporate headquarters in San Francisco, task management platform Asana has actually increased its office presence in the city with a new office space near its South of Market headquarters. Used to be.
The moniker of downtown San Francisco continues in uninterrupted free fall as a prime location for tech companies to set up their massive headquarters. Earlier this week, Twitter announced its plans to phase out its Oakland expansion…all committing to a major reduction at its San Francisco headquarters. (Though these actions make no sense, seeing as how the social media company’s CEO Parag Agarwal announced that he would continue to support the option to work remotely “forever” in March.) Etsy, US The e-commerce company that has become a go-to source for one-of-a-king goods, expects to close its San Francisco offices in September for good coming.
Why? Employees are not going into them. That’s why LinkedIn has completely revamped its Silicon Valley campus—to include more than 75 types of seating and make it feel more like a large community center than a sprawling office space.
Asana is one of the companies interested in creating and expanding physical spaces that explore next-generation (potentially hybrid) office work, which is why its corporate footprint in San Francisco is set to grow to 71,000 square feet. is ready.
First reported by the San Francisco Business Times, Asana is expected to begin sublease more office space at 633 Folsom Street this year; The company, which was co-founded by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, is headquartered in the South of Market. According to the publication, Asana will occupy the space that was previously home to Macy’s San Francisco offices.
It’s unclear how the newly leased office space will be held, but it’s a slightly bright light for a particularly dark time in corporate San Francisco real estate.
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