Google’s New Digs

The SF Chronicle has the scoop on Google creating yet another major campus (the company just moved to old SGI digs a little over a year ago). Google Inc. is expected to announce plans today to build a 1 million-square-foot campus at NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View,…

The SF Chronicle has the scoop on Google creating yet another major campus (the company just moved to old SGI digs a little over a year ago).

Google Inc. is expected to announce plans today to build a 1 million-square-foot campus at NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, sources familiar with the plan said Tuesday.

The Internet giant, which has been looking for expansion space during the company’s extraordinary growth spurt, plans to build offices, housing for workers, roads and infrastructure on a vacant section of the sprawling NASA facility in the heart of Silicon Valley.

Yow. It’s Googleville. Here’s Google Maps link to Nasa Ames.

Author: John Battelle

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