Station F, the startup megacampus that just opened in Paris is the effort of French billionaire Xavier Niel, who spent hundreds of millions of euros to purchase and transform the building into a sort of central hub for the French tech ecosystem with Roxanne Varza at the helm. Parts of the building are managed by Station F’s partners, such as Facebook, Zendesk, Vente-Privée, HEC, Microsoft, etc. Those big tech companies pick young startups to come and work at Station F and collaborate with them. 58 meters wide, 310 meters long (imagine the Eiffel Tower laid down). The building’s architect firm is award-winning agency Wilmotte & Associés.