If the requested space is available, and the event meets the priority requirements, the Reactor event planner will email you approval confirmation, and any follow-up questions
If the date is not available the Event Planner will follow up with possible alternative dates
If your event does not fit Reactor priorities the event planner will let you know ASAP. If there are any questions about the type of events that can take place at a Reactor please feel free to reach out.
Hours, badging, security
Reactor San Francisco reception hours are 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday.
Events can go later than 5:00 PM and take place on weekends, by arrangement. Please discuss with your Reactor San Francisco event planner.
Badging and security
Reactor San Francisco is in an access restricted location. This helps ensure the privacy of the Reactor spaces, partner confidentiality, IP, and other proprietary meeting content. Access to Reactor San Francisco is granted only for the length of the event.
The list of internal Microsoft and external attendees is required at least 5 business days in advance to ensure that all Microsoft employees can receive badge access. Guest badges are printed ahead of time, and available for all external attendees upon check-in.
Guest badges are available from the Reactor event planner and staff in the Reactor space and not from the Microsoft building reception desk.
Additional questions about badging or security? Please discuss with your Reactor San Francisco event planner. Thank you!
Parking and public transport
Parking is available in the Moscone parking garage at 255 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, or street parking.
You are welcome to bring in your own outside catering. Your Reactor event planner can refer you to local companies that you can coordinate with directly. The event owner is responsible for the catering order, payment, arrangements and liabilities. Please inform your Reactor event planner of all catering arrangements at least 1 week prior to your event so that they can make you aware of building requirements as necessary.
Wifi access details are available from the event staff at check-in. Any questions about wifi for your event, please discuss with your Reactor event planner.
Indoor dining area
Outdoor patio space
HoloLens and Surface Hub info
Reactor San Francisco houses the Mixed Reality Academy and the Mixed Reality Capture Studio. Reactor San Francisco has 2 – 55” and 2 – 84” Surface Hubs.
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