Edmunds.com Opens New Headquarters in Santa Monica, California
"As one of the founding tech companies on Silicon Beach, Edmunds is used to leading the way, and we've continued this tradition by taking a fresh and innovative approach to our new offices," said Edmunds.com CEO Avi Steinlauf. "With cutting-edge designs, immaculate indoor/outdoor spaces, and amenities that you're more likely to find at a luxury resort, we're excited to offer our employees and guests a comfortable environment where they can work, create, think and play."
According to company officials, “the new office space is the latest example of Edmunds' commitment to the happiness and well-being of its staff of over 700 employees. The company operates a Results-Only Work Environment, which gives all employees the freedom to set their own hours and take the time off they need, as long as they deliver results for the company."
Amenities include; a 32-foot custom stainless steel slide that connects the two floors, a 1948 Cadillac Fleetwood re-purposed into a beer and coffee bar, 130 feet of sliding glass panels that transform the office into an indoor/outdoor workspace and a 150 sq. ft. outdoor projector screen to accommodate movie nights for employees and their families.
Other amenities include; two 600+ gallon saltwater fish tanks that will be home to 160 fish, frozen yogurt machine with toppings bar, in addition to other complimentary food and beverage options and a game room featuring classic video games, Foosball, and air hockey.
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