November 23, 2017 | Dropbox, the California-based file hosting service company, is expanding in Israel and opening new offices in Tel Aviv, according to Calcalist. The company leased office space for 10 years in the luxury Azrieli Sarona tower in the city for a reported $9 million. Facebook and Amazon also have offices in the tower. Dropbox currently has an office in Herzliya, opened in 2015, and employs several dozen people in Israel. “Dropbox’s research and development center has been growing steadily in recent years,” said Meir Morgenstern, head of Israel operations for Dropbox, in an interview with Calcalist. “This trend will continue in 2018. The move into Azrieli Sarona will allow us to attract the leading talent in Israel and allow our teams to work together seamlessly,” Mr. Morgenstern added. Morgenstern is the founder of CloudOn, which Dropbox bought two years ago.