If you’ve ever wanted to own a piece of Twitter’s headquarters, the company is auctioning off dozens of items and supplies from its San Francisco office.
Twitter is cleaning house and wants to download things like a large Twitter bird statue and a giant “@” sculpture planter. Among the less interesting items include a projector, iMac monitors and standing desks. There are also several espresso machines and a charging station for electric bicycles.
The online auction will open on January 17 and close the next day, said Heritage Global Partners, the company facilitating the sale. Opening bids for all items range between $25 and $50.
After Elon Musk’s Twitter purchase for $44 billion, the billionaire owner adopted a series of cost-cutting measures. He has laid off around half of the company’s employees, which resulted in a group of former employees suing, alleging that the mass layoffs involved multiple violations of labor rights.
“Twitter has had a massive drop in revenue due to activist groups pressuring advertisers, although nothing has changed with content moderation and we did everything we could to appease the activists,” Musk said in a Nov. 4 tweet.
But HGP president Nick Dove said in an interview with Fortune that anyone who thinks the auction is part of preserving the economy is an “idiot.”
“We don’t decide what assets a company doesn’t need,” Dove told CNN. “Just as a real estate agent does not decide which houses or buildings their client needs to sell.”