With the anticipated groundbreaking having been pushed back, SHoP Architects has refined the designs for Uber’s two worldwide headquarters buildings to rise up to eleven stories in Mission Bay, upon the former Salesforce parcels at 1455 and 1515 Third Street, adjacent to the Golden State Warriors arena and event center site.
In addition to open office areas for desks, amenities and multi-purpose spaces, three ground-floor retail spaces have been added to the 410,000 square foot campus plan.
And a private child care center for 53 children of Uber employees and contractors, and six children from the Mission Bay community, has been added to the eastern side of the urban tech campus and will connect to the development’s privately owned public open space (POPOS) which will front Bridgeview Way.
The campus is being developed in a partnership between Uber and Alexandria Real Estate Equities.
The final design approval for the development is now expected in two weeks time. And based on a new construction schedule and groundbreaking by the end of the year, the campus will likely be ready for occupancy around the middle of 2018.