Facebook, the number one social media platform is growing day by day and the number of users is also increasing. People all over the world are loving to spend some time of their day using Facebook to check the posts of their friends and families and also love to post their photos and videos.
Mark Zuckerberg plans to grow it as far as the sky is the limit and for this, it has to expand its employee base too. To accommodate more employees, it is obvious that the office space should be big enough too. Technographx has brought this post to inform you about the new location of Facebook. So, let us continue reading and check it out.
The location of Facebook has changed from its previous headquarters at Palo Alto to its new headquarters at 1 Hacker Way Menlo Park ca 94025. Some time ago, the Facebook team was busy shifting all the materials to the new location. Many business cards were also printed with the new location address at that time.
The central address for the campus is 1 hacker way Menlo park. And also, there are addresses of the specific buildings as well. For instance, the legal department has the address of 18 Hacker Way, Menlo Park.
The news was also there that Facebook wants to build a second campus and is planning to connect both the campuses via an underground tunnel. Almost 9,400 employees are currently working on this new campus.
Seeing the rapid progress of the company, it needs to think big and also needs to expand itself. Currently, the number of active users on this platform are almost 2.5 billion and this number is going to increase with time for sure. So, the company management needs to think big and expand the workforce as well.
The earlier campus is small and not capable of housing this much employees so it is mandatory for Facebook to think of a bigger campus and thatâ€™s what it did.Â It has a total of around 30,000 employees all over the world.
Every department in Facebook has many employees and for accommodating all of them, this new headquarter is perfect seeing its spacious design.
Earlier, the tech giant was planning to have 1 Social Circle as their new address but they were forced to pick a new name after Google built Google+ with its Circle features. Different tech-giants have their address. We have brought for you the list of the addresses of the global companies, so have a look at them and decide which one is the best.
- AOL â€“ 22000 AOL Way
- Microsoft â€“ 1 Microsoft Way
- Dell â€“ 1 Dell Way
- Facebook â€“ 1 Hacker Way
- Oracle â€“ 500 Oracle Way
- American Physical Society â€“ 1 Physics Ellipse
- Apple â€“ 1 Infinite Loop
- Genentech â€“ 1 DNA Way
- Sun MicrosystemsÂ â€“ 1 Network Drive
- TRW â€“ 1 Space Way
Facebook just didnâ€™t want to build boring office space for its employees but wanted to make it quite special with a lot of amenities and this new headquarter is the perfect example of it. It is a lot more than just office space!
Facebookâ€™s plan was to build the campus as a â€œWillow Campusâ€ which is a combination of a mall, a condo complex, and an office park. The new campus will be having a grocery store, a pharmacy and 1,500 housing units. Out of those 1500 housing units, above 200 houses will be having the rent at â€œbelow-market rates.â€
Plan of Facebook is to complete the grocery, retail, housing, and office portions till 2021. This new office will be in addition to the existing office space and it will be not itâ€™s replacement.
The company also said that this new campus will improve the transit, which is quite poor in the Bay Area. The company will also plan to provide better transit options to its employees on this new campus. The new campus will be open to the public and will not be restricted to its employees only. The new office will host 1.75 million square feet of office space and 125,000 square feet of retail space.
So, here was a brief overview of Facebookâ€™s new headquarters: 1 hacker way Menlo park ca 94025. Donâ€™t forget to see this amazing office space in your next visit to California, it is worth visiting! For more updates on tech news, follow Technographx.