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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.

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:

Zillow San Francisco perks
(Zillow screen grab)

That all sounds great, but we’ve been to Zillow’s main offices in Seattle and, well, this isn’t too shabby:

Zillow HQ
The view of Elliott Bay from Zillow HQ in downtown Seattle. (GeekWire Photo / Kurt Schlosser)
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