Zillow opens San Francisco office

New digs bring rental operations under one roof

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SAN FRANCISCO — A Starbucks espresso machine, a stocked kitchen, a shuffleboard table, writeable walls in Zillow blue and many large computer monitors fill Zillow’s new office space in downtown San Francisco.

The newly furnished 18,350-square-foot space, which occupies the 11th floor of the Standard Oil Building in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District, brings together under one roof two rentals-focused companies Zillow acquired in 2012 — RentJuice, now rebranded as Zillow Rentals, and HotPads.