In the ever-competitive tech landscape, a tricked-out office can be key for attracting talent.
LinkedIn has it covered. The professional social network, which Microsoft snapped up for a whopping $26.2 billion in 2016, leases a new 26-story skyscraper in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood. It has art installations on every floor, a massage room, a band room, a rooftop patio, and sweeping city views.
Business Insider got the chance to tour the offices at 222 Second Street. Take a look.
San Franciscans might pass the LinkedIn skyscraper on their commute and not think much of it. Formed from two cubes of gray glass, the tower is a bit boring from the outside.
Walk inside and the lobby will transport you to a modern art museum.
The ground floor has dozens of chairs gathered around long wooden tables, three pieces of Frank Stella artwork, and a trendy Equator Coffee bar. It’s a public space, open to anybody.