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Nvidia Latest Tech Giant to Build Futuristic Headquarters Complex in Silicon Valley

New 750,000-SF 'Voyager' Building Designed by Gensler Features Innovative Design Similar to Endeavor, its Smaller Companion
June 5, 2018


Turns out tech titans building futuristic headquarters in Silicon Valley is becoming a thing.

Nvidia Corp., which designs and produces advanced graphics processing chips for gaming and professional computing platforms, plans to begin construction this month on Voyager, a larger companion to the company's current 500,000-square-foot headquarters building dubbed Endeavor in Santa Clara, CA.

Both buildings bear the names of retired NASA space shuttles and, like Endeavor, the Gensler-designed Voyager will be a two-story, triangle-shaped structure featuring a floating, sculptural rooftop with skylights, underground parking and oversized ramps replacing stairways.


General contractor Devcon, which completed construction of Endeavor last year, will also build the new facility in phases that will expand the tech company's headquarters campus at 2600 San Tomas Expressway in Santa Clara's Oakmead Park area to a total of 1.25 million square feet.

Nvidia, which posted profits of more than $3 billion in 2017, disclosed in a securities filing that the company exercised its option to buy Endeavor for $335 million earlier this year. Nvidia's site is zoned for up to 2 million square feet of office space.

The Nvidia projects are part of an explosion of tech office construction activity in Silicon Valley. Apple, which completed work on its spaceship-style headquarters building last year, is now building a second campus in nearby Sunnyvale. Meanwhile, Google is planning a campus in San Jose that will house up to 20,000 of its workers.

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