Google Delays Second Campus Construction, Buys More Space Near GooglePlex

Google Logo - StockTwo stories out this week are drawing attention to Google’s future office expansion plans.

Days ago, we reported on our partner site at Marketing Land that the construction of Google’s new Bay View campus has been delayed temporarily. Today, there is news that Google has purchased nearly 15-acres in Palo Alto, a portion of which is just over two miles from the Googleplex headquarters in Mountain View.

More details about the Bay View campus construction delay and Google’s latest 15-acre real estate purchase can be found on our Marketing Land site at:

Google Slows Down Bay View Campus Construction

Google Grabs 15-Acres In Palo Alto, Securing More Office Space Near The Googleplex Headquarters

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Google’s future Bay View campus

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Location of Google’s newly purchased 15-acres in Palo Alto

(BayView image used with permission via NBBJ/Google.)

Related Topics: Channel: Industry | Google: Acquisitions | Google: Business Issues | Google: General | Google: Offices

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