Underground Elephant

Collaboration and Creativity

Our new headquarters, located in the heart of East Village, is a space that lends itself to our open and collaborative culture. Complete with an indoor schoolhouse, five century-old olive trees, and an in-house Ballast Point hosted bar, the space inspires creativity, leadership, and innovation. Our ground floor location enables us to immerse ourselves in the community and everything it has to offer, including countless restaurants, cafés, and of course Petco Park.

Watering Hole

The UE Watering Hole is a place where employees come together to collaborate, innovate, or relax at the end of the day with a pint of hosted Ballast Point beer. The area is centered around a communal tractor table, created from a salvaged California excavator tread. This space is our lunch spot by day, and as happy hour rolls around it turns into the spot to grab a cold one.


The Bunker is our most “underground” space, with a Speakeasy vibe and reclusive location. Hidden below a set of retractable stairs, this room functions as a meeting space or private party room for up to 30 people.

More Than an Office

The Wellman-Peck Building, commonly known as the T.R. Produce Warehouse, was built in 1933 and designed by Julius Kraft and Sons. The one and a half story industrial building has an exposed brick exterior that expresses the structural bays and the its interior functions. The building was in a study and identified as one of 38 structures to be evaluated by the Historical Resources Board (HRB) as part of the implementation of the Ballpark and Ancillary Development projects. The building was designated by the HRB in May 1999 as Historical Landmark #382.

Recent Posts & Press

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Stacy Mendes VP of Culture
This office is a result of 3 years of meticulous planning and the incredible talents of Basille studios. The goal was to give employees the ability to work collaboratively in an environment that is fun and inspiring. We see now that employees are working harder, longer hours because they genuinely enjoy their surroundings. We have noticed a significant bump in productivity since our move to J Street and we look forward to tracking the continued success in our new office.