150,000 SF | 14,000 M2
Architecture, Engineering, Interior Architecture, Lighting Design
Best of NAIOP - Office Build-to-Suite of the Year, Best of NAIOP - Office Tenant Improvement of the Year (51,000 sf or More), PRIDE Awards - Award of Merit: Commercial Office Over 25,000 sf
Website hosting company GoDaddy leased a 150,000-square-foot space in the Arizona State University Research Park to house its developers and its customer service call center. This new Global Technology Center needed to incorporate the firm’s system technology and security, while also creating open, collaborative work environments and conveying the firm’s sense of playful energy.
A two-story atrium creates a central gathering area, home to a full-service café with a variety of seating types and groupings. The space is bright and open, with more than 80 feet of 12-foot-high, sliding-glass open wall systems that fill the atrium with natural light and allow interior and exterior spaces to merge seamlessly. A figure-eight pathway loops diagonally through the building’s central core complete with adult-sized company braded GoDaddy peddle carts, suggesting a racetrack and underscoring the company’s competitive spirit. It links an abundance of amenities, including gaming areas, a workout gym, a yoga studio, private phone booths, platform bleacher seating, and even a galvanized steel slide from the second to first floor. The center reflects the company’s culture so well, it is now recognized and referred to as its flagship building.
GoDaddy opens Global Technology Center in Tempe
Scottsdale-based GoDaddy, a web domain and technology provider, opened its Global Technology Center in Tempe.
New GoDaddy tech facility packed with amenities for employees
GoDaddy encourages its employees to work hard and play hard, so the new facility is packed with amenities that allow employees to do both.
Pedal karts, volleyball, a slide and 5 pillars – GoDaddy opens new Global Tech Center
The employee amenities are endless at the new Global Technology Center.