Yelp’s New San Francisco Digs

Yesterday was a ribbon cutting ceremony for Yelp’s new headquarters in the historic Pacific Bell building (1925) in downtown San Francisco. At one time the building was the tallest west of the Mississippi.

I was unable to attend. But here are a few of the shots provided by the company:

Yelp HQ 1

Yelp HQ 2

Yelp HQ 3

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2 Responses to “Yelp’s New San Francisco Digs”

  1. Neal says at

    Some small irony – Yelp, among other Internet companies, has undermined the value proposition of the printed walking fingers published for years by Pacific Bell yellow pages. 

  2. Greg says at

    Yes, it is ironic that Yelp now occupies the building that once housed the phone company and publisher of the Yellow Pages.

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