Exclusive: Inside Adobe’s new offices — stocked with a music room, meditation pod and Playdough — at Kilroy's 100 Hooper
Dawn Kawamoto | San Francisco Business Times
Adobe recently moved into its new 100 Hooper St. office complex, which is designed to foster creativity and collaboration. The campus is a huge investment and expansion in San Francisco for the San Jose-based maker of multimedia, marketing and creativity software.
Over the span of a few months, 800 Adobe employees have descended on the newly minted 300,000-square-foot SoMa district building, which can ultimately accommodate a total of 1,500 employees. The most compelling reason for Adobe’s to choose 100 Hooper St. is its proximity to Adobe’s 601 Townsend St. facility, which houses approximately 1,000 workers, said Scott Ekman, Adobe’s senior director of global real estate...
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