Zillow chief marketing officer Amy Bohutinsky in the company's new game room.

It’s been a big year for Zillow. The Seattle online real estate company made two acquisitions, completed an initial public offering and turned its first profit. Amid all of the changes, Zillow actually moved into new offices in the Russell Investments Center in downtown Seattle.

Amazingly, the 300-person company is getting close to outgrowing the four-month-old space. Just one small corner remains, and the company expects that could fill up soon.

Here’s an inside look at the headquarters, which chief marketing officer Amy Bohutinsky says preserves the company’s “startup DNA” but also offers a “clean and modern vibe.” And while there are some awesome views of Elliott Bay, there’s no receptionist. Find out why in the videos below.

I spoke at the company last week, and afterwards Bohutinsky showed me around the new digs of Seattle’s latest publicly-traded company.

The Zillow game room boasts ping pong, air hockey and a lifelike punching bag — perfect for relieving stress.

One of the amazing things about Zillow’s growth has been the rise of a professional sales force. On the 29th floor, you could hear the constant chatter as dozens of sales professionals sold prospective clients on the Premier Agent advertising program.

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  • Guest

    Congratulations to Zillow on the new digs! Looking great by my Zestimate.

  • http://twitter.com/spencerrascoff Spencer Rascoff

    Great tour Amy. 
    Thanks for coming by John. 
    And for anyone reading this, yes it really is as fun to work at Zillow as it looks. We’re hiring:

  • Angie

    That view is amazing and the game room is cool.  Working in a call center like that would freak me out though.  All those people calling, speaking over one another on top of making probably 100 calls a day.  I had no idea ZIllow had a call center like that.
    I like the site though. 

    • http://twitter.com/davebei David Beitel

      The sales team is on a separate floor. The business and technology teams are on two other floors, so the noise from the sales calls doesn’t impact the rest of the company. And yes, the space is very cool.

  • Guest

    Nice form on Amy’s punch.  Don’t mess with her, or Zillow.

    • Guest

      A lefty!

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