People tend to check in during these times:
Today, I was here to announce that Google is bringing free wi-fi service to Chelsea. Video:
Go here for a free lunch
The balcony outside the cafeteria has a lovely array of picnic tables and a remarkable view of Chelsea. Makes for an excellent lunch meeting.
Try out coding here. It's awesome!
It's worth signing the NDA just for the buffet. Don't forget to have someone let you into the stairwell so you can check out the crazy non-floors where they store their secrets.
Take a scooter and ride around the offices from one end to the other. The trick is to do that while holding on to your laptop.
This place is a labyrinth. Take a string, tie it to your desk. Unroll said string until you get to meetings, follow the string back to your desk when you are done. Also photograph the elevator map.
it's not really a 'tech start-up' anymore, is it?
Search for something.
Don't forget to check in on Google Maps as well!
Plan ahead and find your meeting room on 10 before you go to 10. That floor is trippy.
Check out the Sergey Borg portrait by 5BB. Maintain calm by repeating: "This is not a cult. This is NOT a cult."
Lunch is wonderful here, and the view is spectacular!
Ping pong table in the game room, free food everywhere, Lego towers left and right, how does anyone get work done?
Try Jimmy's sushi in the Chelsea Market space.
Climb up the ladder
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On 5/21/12, I was here to make an announcement w/ @google and @CornellTechNYC:
Google's New York advertising sales office was founded by Tim Armstrong in 2000 while the engineering operations were founded by Craig Nevill-Manning in 2003.
The 5th floor restaurant is prolly the best Google restaurant in any campus. Amazing food.
I'm Feeling Lucky.
A proud sponsor of New York City Pride, the Gayglers and the rest of the Google workforce lives on the bleeding edge of technology and social progress. Their cafeterias are on point as well.
Do not visit tech stop at 4:50. Fieldtechs want to go home to.
All the cool kids hang out with Invite Media on the 15th floor
Come hungry and ready to optimize
organize the world's information here. bonus points if you can make it both useful and universally accessible.
Steal the gummy bears
Google, pay a visit
NY google office does not look like an office, it looks like a makeshift place built in an old workshop
Be sure to visit the kitchen
Fresh hot breakfast worth getting up for. :-)
Agreed Volker, very nice view
Get the gmail. It's outstanding and reasonably priced. :-)
It is not really a startup after a decade.
Fantastic views. Super windy depending on the floor- you can hear it howling.
Check out the 2nd floor, the Back to the Future floor.
The views from the 11th Floor balcony's are awesome.
we'll map reduce you to tears
I looked up Google New York on Google Maps and my iPhone exploded.
Ladies, the stairs are treacherous for stilettos. Decorative iron rail work with holes is nice to look at, but killer on leather-covered heels.
Try the Salmon & Saffron Rice - Not only is it delicious but Free! :P
My favorite places are the jungle room and the library
One of only two places I've found in NYC that has It's It ice cream sandwiches! Plus they're free! Go to Pacific Standard bar in Brooklyn for the mint ones.
here's a tip - use BING instead!
Aproveita que está aqui e dá um pulo no Chelsea Market. Só atravessar a rua. Cookies deliciosos.