December 11, 2018
Google’s plans for development of a 3.12-million-square-foot mixed-use campus in Mountain View, CA were revealed in documents filed with the city last week. The vision encompasses new and redeveloped offices, up to 400,000 square feet of community retail space, and up to 8,000 new homes, along with 35 acres of publicly accessible space.
Google’s Mountain View development director Michael Tymoff told CNBC, “We also want to see the area transformed into what the City calls ‘Complete Neighborhoods,’ with a focus on increasing housing options and creating great public places that prioritize people over cars.”
The North Bayshore project will entail partnering with a developer to build up to 6,600 residential units, including 20% percent of it affordable housing. The plans will go under city review early next year.
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