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Ellie Mae makes Pleasanton its corporate headquarters

Company takes top floors at California Center

Ellie Mae, a provider of on-demand software solutions and services for the residential mortgage industry, announced Monday that it has signed a long-term lease for more than 100,000 square feet of office space that will be the site of its new corporate headquarters in Pleasanton.

The company, which currently occupies two smaller buildings here, will nearly double its existing office space to accommodate the needs of its growing workforce, which also has about doubled in size in the last two years to more than 500. The company expects to move into its new headquarters in Spring 2015.

Ellie Mae will occupy the newly renovated top three floors of the building at 4420 Rosewood Drive in California Center, a corporate business park located at Owens and Rosewood drives in Hacienda.

Ellie Mae employees will have access to a state-of-the-art fitness center, a large cafe with numerous food options, multiple conference rooms, several auditoriums with webcasting capabilities and several new amenities to be added by the project's new owner Swift Real Estate Partners. Ellie Mae also plans to create a first-class Executive Briefing Center within its new headquarters as a demonstration of its strong commitment to its customers in the residential mortgage industry.

Sig Anderman, chief executive officer and founder of Ellie Mae, said, "Our employees work hard and deserve the very best working environment, which is why we are excited to bring our headquarters team together under one roof in a single location with so many great amenities."

"The additional space will enable us to continue to grow our staff to meet the needs of our expanding customer base," he added.

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