Uber’s global headquarters

A new home in the heart of Mission Bay

Mission Bay 1+2 Exterior. Buildings designed by SHoP Architects. Source: SHoP Architects.
Mission Bay 1+2 Exterior. Buildings designed by SHoP Architects. Source: SHoP Architects.

San Francisco has always been home for Uber, and we’re eager to deepen our partnership with our city. We’re energized to be embarking on a new chapter of transparency, connectivity, and community right here in the city we call home.

Our future

We’ve grown dramatically from our start-up days and we’re ready for a mature, centralized space to inspire our employees. The new Uber campus is about candor and connection; a place where everyone can be their best self. Our building incorporates these foundational pillars into the experience of the physical environment.

We’re eager to inspire creativity in our employees and harmonize with the broader neighborhood, city, and region. Uber has an important relationship with the cities that we operate in, none more so than San Francisco. Our new urban campus is a place where we can all build and grow together.

The HQ campus comprises Mission Bay buildings 1–4.
The HQ campus comprises Mission Bay buildings 1–4.

Why Mission Bay?

We have a unique opportunity to stay in the city that we love while building out a campus of 4 buildings to house our 7,000 Bay Area-based employees. Our growth has been exponential—from 5 in 2010 to 7,000 projected in 2020—so we’re focused on creating a dynamic facility that will promote wellness, flexibility, and efficient use within the space.

New transit options make the neighborhood more accessible than ever for the entire region. Whether arriving by bus, ferry, the new Muni Central Subway, Caltrain, bikeshare, by requesting an Uber trip, advanced curb design will efficiently welcome Uber employees and the general public to the area—for work and for play.

An aerial view of the campus. Mission Bay 1+2 (left) designed by SHoP Architects. Mission Bay 3+4 (right) designed by Pfau Long Architects. Chase Center designed by Snøhetta. Source: SHoP Architects.
An aerial view of the campus. Mission Bay 1+2 (left) designed by SHoP Architects. Mission Bay 3+4 (right) designed by Pfau Long Architects. Chase Center designed by Snøhetta. Source: SHoP Architects.

Our vision

Mission Bay as an environment is conducive to innovation. Our headquarters will be composed of 4 ground-up buildings, 2 of which are designed by SHoP Architects (Mission Bay 1+2), and two by Pfau Long Architects (Mission Bay 3+4) that are part of the Chase Center development.

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Mission Bay 3+4 Exterior rendering. Buildings designed by Pfau Long Architects. Source: Golden State Warriors.
Mission Bay 3+4 Exterior rendering. Buildings designed by Pfau Long Architects. Source: Golden State Warriors.

We've got Mission Bay on our mind

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