New York Google Office
"111 Eighth Avenue was built by the Port of New York Authority to facilitate railroad-based shipping in the region. At the time of completion, it was New York's largest building and the second-largest building in the world. It's been home to Depression-era relief agencies, a major exhibition hall, the Port Authority's executive offices, and the city's first rooftop heliport. It's been visited by Franklin D. Roosevelt, Fiorello LaGuardia, Henry Ford, Al Smith, Al Gore, and Eric Schmidt. Today it's a major telecommunications hub and Google's New York City home." [Google NYC Site"
It is monitored and supported by Jon Richardson who rotates several frogs and insects into the terrarium through the year
Lego Micro Kitchen
On the 8th Avenue Side Entrance
Just outside 5 Bistro Cafe
Music Roomat 5th Floor 5D201
Water Tower CaféNYC-9th, 5th Floor
Library- Closed! :(
4th Floor4th floor (4F201) on the 8th Ave side, right next to the entrance to the Google 8th Ave elevators.
8th FloorTruck Pit NYC-9th, 8th Floor (next to Hemispheres)
View from the Terrace of Hemispheres cafe
Game Room10th floor (10A238) on the 9th Ave side.
Micro Kitchen with a fake fire place
Bee hive rest/work area
2nd Floor - go up from the Chelsea Market