They All start from here (Just a Garage) before they become Famous and Big Company in the World!
The founding Steve Jobs assembled the first Apple in a carport workshop in 1976.
Google’s first office took place in a garage owned by Susan Wojcicki.
Amazon was born in a garage. In 1994, in the Bellevue, Wash., home where Jeff Bezos and his wife had just moved, Amazon’s founder ran extension cords from the house and set up makeshift desks for his tiny operation.
William S. Harley and Arthur Davidson make available to the public the first production Harley-Davidson motorcycle in 1903.
Uncle Robert Disney’s Garage as it looked when Walt used it as his first studio.
When the home of Walt and Lillian Disney was sold after her death to help pay huge estate taxes, the new owners had plans to preserve the house, but discovered that due to structural issues and asbestos, the structure had to be demolished and a new home built in its place. That famous home no longer exists when people make the long drive up Carolwood Drive to see the location.
Fortunately, Walt’s daughter Diane Disney Miller recognized the importance of the barn in the backyard where Walt operated his famous miniature Carolwood Pacific railroad and began the process of saving it before escrow closed. Diane contacted Michael and Sharon Broggie, founders of the Carolwood Pacific Historical Society, who began planning what to do with the barn.
It’s Founded in Palo Alto in a garage at 367 Addison Avenue, in 1939 by William Hewlett and Dave Packard, HP is the most notable tech company associated with Palo Alto and Silicon Valley. In 1940, Dave and Bill moved HP to rented space at 481 Page Mill Road. Then in 1960 HP purchased its first building at 395 Page Mill Road, then Stanford Industrial Park and then the purchase of HP Labs at 1501 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto in 1966. Presently, HP’s headquarters is housed at 3000 Hanover Street.
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