After several months of searching, we’ve found the next location for the growing Paris office.
Located near the current office Poissonnière at 16, boulevard Montmartre, near the Grands Boulevards; the Mercy-Argenteau building is at the center of the art, culture, business and technology sectors of Paris.
Montmartre has been one of the most important Parisian neighborhoods since the eighteenth century. At the center of Paris life, the Grands Boulevards is one of the city’s most interesting areas attracting Parisians and tourists alike. Montmartre is a lively and unique neighborhood with a wide range of restaurants, stores, boutiques, museums and theaters. Served by Metro lines 8 and 9 and an extensive bus network, the Mozilla Paris office is easily accessible for the 50-70 planned workstations, as well as for community members and guests.
The Mercy-Argenteau building (named for the Comte de Mercy-Argenteau) was built in 1778 and is a beautiful example of 18th century architecture. Complete with frieze, intricate molding and gilding, Parisian Mozillians will continue to change the future of the web while residing in the luxury of the past.
The Paris office currently has 16 employees working in two nearby office spaces.