NVIDIA’s Futuristic HQ On Schedule Again
Ashley Allen / 2 years ago
NVIDIA’s proposed futuristic triangular headquarters is back on, a year after being shelved. The GPU manufacturer confirmed on Tuesday that the first of its two planned buildings will be erected after demolition at its Walsh Avenue, Santa Clara site is completed.
The pair of 500,000 square foot buildings, their shape meant to represent polygons, were first announced two years ago, but the project was delayed last year, with NVIDIA claiming it needed more time to get the $300 million design “just right”.
“NVIDIA is growing. We are expanding our campus to support our growth businesses,” Nvidia spokesman Hector Marinez told Silicon Valley Business Journal. “After working hard to optimize each aspect of the building’s design and cost, we are ready to move forward.”
Though the HQ will be mostly executive offices, there will be space for advanced computer labs. NVIDIA hopes to occupy the first building by 2017.
Source: Silicon Valley Business News