Like a post straight out of Zillow Digs, Zillow Group CEO Spencer Rascoff showed off a little remodeling of his own on Wednesday when he tweeted from a construction site in the company’s San Francisco offices.
Wearing a hard hat in one selfie, Rascoff shared four images from two new floors that the Seattle-based real estate media company is building out at 535 Mission Street, a skyscraper in San Francisco’s South of Market district. The images mostly show ductwork and the framing for walls going into the space.
— Spencer Rascoff (@spencerrascoff) May 31, 2017
Zillow moved into the building after it acquired Trulia in 2015. Prior to that, Business Insider took a tour of what it called the “swanky” space. In a post on its own careers page, Zillow bills the location as a “sleek, contemporary office in a green building with ‘smart elevators.'”
Rascoff also tweeted from an all-hands engineering meeting with Trulia on Wednesday. Two other Zillow Group properties — HotPads and dotloop — also have offices there.
A list of favorite things names some perks when it comes to working for Zillow in SF:
That all sounds great, but we’ve been to Zillow’s main offices in Seattle and, well, this isn’t too shabby: