Google has leased two nearly 370,000-square-foot office buildings in North San Jose.
The Mountain View-based search giant has moved into offices at 122 East Brokaw Road and 1849 Bering Drive, San Jose Mercury News. Google leased the buildings four years ago before they were built.
Google’s new business center, known as the Brokaw Campus, is located on East Brokaw Road between North 1st Street and Bering Avenue in North San Jose.
The offices are one of four unbuilt buildings totaling 729,000 square feet that Google leased in 2019 from Palo Alto-based Peery Arrillaga. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
check-in time is Alphabet technology company Suspension of plans to create an 80-acre transit village In downtown San Jose it is known as Downtown West.
Construction of thousands of homes, offices, shops and restaurants near Diridon station was supposed to start this year.
Google appears to have halted work last week, with no plans to restart construction, according to CNBC. The company claims it is committed to the project. It also said it was “re-evaluating the timeline for new communities”.
The company is now focusing its attention on the city’s north side, where workers are swarming in and around the two six-story glass buildings of its new aviation-themed campus, The Mercury News reported.
According to CommercialCafe, its offices at 122 East Brokaw total 242,200 square feet, enough to house 1,000 to 1,200 employees
1849 Bering’s offices total 126,900 square feet, large enough to accommodate 500 to 600 employees.
It is unclear when Google will occupy the other two leased buildings in the complex.
The North San Jose office indicated that despite the 12,000 workers were laid off last monththis Reassess its real estate needs and Confuse About the timetable of its west district.
“Google continues to operate in San Jose, and that’s clear from their North San Jose office,” San Jose Mayor Matt Mahan told the Mercury News. “Company executives have made it clear to me that they remain committed to achieving Our shared long-term vision for the Downtown West campus.”
— Dana Bartholomew