With the recent news that prolific investment firm Accel Partners finally hired David Eisenberg as their first New York ombudsman, Betabeat figured it was time to survey the scene at the company’s NYC HQ, located on the 16th floor of 111 8th Avenue, better known as “The Google Building.” Not much photographic evidence of the office exists online, but we’ve compiled a few images that will give you a peak into the luxurious digs of one of the world’s foremost venture capital firms. Aside from modern-looking glass conference rooms and a prime location near Chelsea Market, the view from the office balcony is worth the click alone–we don’t typically use the word “breathtaking,” but it truly is.
Inside Accel Partners
The firm hosted a party celebrating the opening of their New York City office back in October. (via Accel's Facebook page)
Accel Partners party goers surveying all they see from the 16th floor balcony. (via Accel's Facebook page)
The View at Night
The view at night from the balcony. Breathtaking, right? (via Accel's Facebook page)
The View During the Day
The daytime view is nothing to scoff at either. (via Accel NYC's foursquare page)
Glass conference rooms and modernist funiture
Party goers relax outside glass conference rooms at the Accel NYC opening party. (via Accel's Facebook Page)
The outside of the building
The infamous 111 8th Ave. from the outside. (via hrishamby's flickr)
In which we are compelled to use the word "breathtaking."