Mountain View’s City Council has approved plans for Middlefield Park, a massive mixed-use development planned by Google Real Estate in the city’s East Whisman Precise Plan, Santa Clara County. With approval achieved, the project team expects to start construction by 2024. Google and Lendlease are jointly responsible for the development.
Google has leased a whole building in SoMa, San Francisco, to serve as the new offices for the company’s cloud computing division. Reporting from Laura Waxmann in the San Francisco Business Times shows that the Alphabet-owned company is expected to occupy the 300,000 square-foot building at 510 Townsend Street. The lease was signed on June 30th.
Google has started work on renovating one of the largest freestanding structures in the world, Hangar One in Moffett Field, Mountain View, Santa Clara County. Crews will restore the 1933-built air hangar for Google’s Planetary Ventures unit for technological research and testing. The initial phase will include recoating, which will take around two years.
The draft supplemental environmental impact report has been published for the Middlefield Park master plan, a dense mixed-use development with 1,900 new homes and offices planned in Mountain View, Santa Clara County. The document will be available for public comment from now until early June for review by the Mountain View Community Development Department. Google is responsible for the project as the property owner, with Lendlease as the developer and sponsor.
Groundbreaking has occurred for Sunnyvale Block 15, an eight-structure affordable housing project in Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County. Construction will bring 90 new dwelling units in townhomes and an apartment building at 365 South Mathilda Avenue. Related Companies is the project developer.