Facebook is all grown up.Employees are cashing out and quitting.
It’s taking on startups with half-baked features.
And now, just like the biggies, it’s getting it’s own huge Silicon Valley campus.
The company company currently resides in an old Hewlett-Packard research lab. It’s super crowded. So, it’s moving to a two-site campus in Menlo Park. There it hopes to employ more than 9,000 people within the next 6 years.
The first site, East Campus, is a former Sun Microsystems Campus, consisting nine buildings totaling 1,036,000 square feet on 57 acres.
The second site, West Campus, is 22-acres. It was once part of the Tyco Electronics campus.
Until now, we’ve only had maps of the place, submitted by Facebook to the Menlo Park city government. After a little poking around, we found pictures of the place looked when Sun owned it. (Thanks, Flickr user tehduh.)
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