Zynga is subleasing its downtown San Francisco headquarters
More downtown office space are expected to be on the sublease market soon. Game-maker Zynga is exiting its San Francisco headquarters amid a company shift to a hybrid workplace model, as first reported by the San Francisco Business Times. A Zynga...
The company leases approximately 185,000 square feet of the SoMa building at 650 Townsend.
Zynga has 532 employees in the Bay Area, according to LinkedIn. A Zynga spokesperson told SFGATE that as of June 2021, only 18.5% of Zynga employees were based in San Francisco.
What they were doing with that space? It’s like 2,000 square feet per person!
Game-maker Zynga is exiting its San Francisco headquarters amid a company shift to a hybrid workplace model, as first reported by the San Francisco Business Times. The company leases approximately 185,000 square feet of the SoMa building at 650 Townsend.
Zynga will continue its San Francisco presence at the offices of Chartboost and Echtra, companies it acquired this year. The company also said it will continue leasing office space in San Mateo.
The Zynga spokesperson said the decision to sublease its San Francisco office space won’t affect hiring decisions in the future.
This is just the latest Bay Area tech company to announce it is abandoning a large office footprint. Salesforce, Twitter and Pinterest have all made similar moves.
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