DoorDash has opened a new 57,000-square-foot corporate office in the heart of New York City’s Flatiron district. At three times the size of its previous NYC office, its new East Coast outpost is designed around flexible design principles.

In an era characterized by extreme downsizing in corporate office spaces, it’s notable that DoorDash is choosing to scale up in the most expensive office market in America.

In announcing the new office, DoorDash said the end result included feedback from what local employees said mattered most. Its flexible design will reportedly emphasize the variety of work points and spaces to support the variety of tasks its employees are focused on.

“One of the things that makes New York special is its diversity of backgrounds, industries, and local businesses,” said Katie Egan, chief of staff at DoorDash. “Our New York office reflects this diversity; we have teammates from every team and function at DoorDash represented. We are excited to open a collaborative space of our own, deepen DoorDash’s roots in the city, and further enable our teammates to do our very best work for merchants, Dashers, and our community.”

The San Francisco-based company is touting the amount of natural sunlight, an outdoor rooftop terrace and the stunning views of Madison Square Park. The space balances the diverse array of our team’s needs, featuring everything from reservable private spaces designed for focused work to open gathering spaces big enough for its team members’ on-site meetings.

The open floor plan caters to the collaborative in-person experiences we plan to build in our New York office space, which features a cafe and large capacity all hands event space, sit/stand workstations, and a designated training space. This flexible space also includes plenty of room for confidential work, with phone booths, meeting rooms, and dedicated Do Not Disturb focus areas.

“At DoorDash, we believe great work can be done anywhere,” DoorDash added. “Rather than requiring employees to work in an office for a set number of days, we recognize that elements of both in-person and remote work will differ depending on how distributed each team is, and the nature of each team’s work. This space is well-designed to fulfill the needs of our Flexible Workplace Model, which gives our people the ability to decide how they want to leverage remote work and time spent together in-person, solving complex problems, learning within a community, and celebrating wins together.”