Mission Bay Headquarters

San Francisco, CA

Designed as a vertical microcity, this ground-up global headquarters pays homage to Uber’s vision of a futuristic city—a seamlessly connected, tech-forward, and eco-friendly environment. These buildings are not only easily navigable but also energy-efficient, featuring integrated green spaces that provide a refreshing escape from urban density for all users and visitors.

Located in the thriving Mission Bay neighborhood, the campus consists of two buildings—one 12 stories and the other seven stories—connected by two sky bridges and constructed using steel and concrete and delivered using design-assist MEP and automated venting façade systems.

The complete 450,000sf interior build-outs for the campus—which consists of diverse, multi-functional destination “neighborhoods” designed to accommodate individual needs, preference, and work styles—includes 2,000+ work stations, executive spaces, collaboration zones, assembly spaces, communal areas, full kitchens and cafeterias, child care facility with exterior play yard, and extensive and sophisticated A/V throughout.

  • Architect
  • SHoP
  • RMW
  • Quezada
  • ZGF
  • Total Square Footage
  • 450,000

The exterior building façades feature unique, one-of-a-kind motorized systems comprised of glass, metal, and wood assemblies, which include 180 14’x8’ operable window sections and 40 operable skylights designed for automatic control of natural ventilation and access to fresh air.

Breathing façade

The green roof, which includes an urban farm, and extensive courtyard landscaping help foster wellness and provide employees with much desired connectivity back to the exterior and natural environment.

Truebeck also completed the office tenant improvement build-out


The project achieved LEED Gold and WELL Silver, which is the leading tool for advancing health and well-being in buildings globally.

Cal/OSHA Voluntary Protection Program