The garage where Google was founded is now explorable on Street View
It’s just a garage, folks. Relax.
If you’re a decent human being and generally give a shit about things, you can explore the garage where Google was founded in Google’s Street View.
To celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary, it is clicking their garage door opener to the public, and it’s all explorable on Street View.
If you’re too lazy to click on the link, you can check out the Google garage below:
Again, it’s a garage. Nothing special.
The property, which is located on Santa Margarita Avenue in Menlo Park is owned by Susan Wojcicki, YouTube’s former CEO. She rented out the garage to Page and Brin to help with her mortgage payments.
Find anything cool in the garage? Let us know what you found in the comments below.
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