Payments processing company Square Inc. added another 104,135 square feet to its Mid-Market headquarters in San Francisco.
The company will now occupy a total of 469,056 square feet in 1455 Market St., a 1 million-square-foot office building.
The deal was one of the largest of the second quarter for landlord Hudson Pacific Properties (NYSE: HPP), which reported earnings Wednesday.
“We had a strong second quarter, particularly in terms of leasing,” said Victor Coleman, Hudson Pacific Properties’ chairman and CEO, in a statement. “Already standout West Coast market fundamentals continued to improve.”
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey started Square in 2009 with 10 employees. The company’s technology enables business owners to process credit card payments and makes a credit card reader for cell phones. The company reported revenue of $809 million in 2017 and now has about 2,300 employees in San Francisco, Canada, Japan, Australia, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
Square first moved into 150,000 square feet in 1455 Market in 2012 with plans to expand into 327,423 square feet over time. The company was among a wave of tech companies that flooded into Mid-Market during a revitalization of the area that is still in process.