Uber Headquarters Locations

Uber Headquarters Address – Where is Uber HQ located?

Uber Office Address & Uber Hours

Uber’s headquarters is located at 555 Market Street, San Francisco California 94105, between 10th Street and Fell Street in SoMa, in the former Chevron Building.

Uber’s office hours are:

  • Monday – Thursday 7.00am – 12.00am
  • Friday – Saturday: 7.00am – 3.00am
  • Sunday: 7.00am – 12.00am

Uber has a technology campus at 900 Arastradero Road, at the Stanford Research Campus.

Uber is preparing to open two new San Francisco Headquarters in the Mission Bay neighborhood in 2018. The first will be a 11,000 square foot, 11-storey building located at 1455 Third Street, and the second structure will be a a six-storey building at 1515 Third Street.

For a map pinpointing Uber’s current headquarters in SoMa, as well as a listing of Greenlight locations across the United States, check out our post below.

Uber Headquarters Map:

555 market street uber hq

Uber Engineering Campus:

Regional Uber HQs (Greenlight Hubs):

If you’re looking to stop by one of Uber’s regional offices located across the United States, check out a full listing of addresses HERE, and direct links to Greenlight Websites HERE.

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Comments

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