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This is what Google’s incredible new campus will look like

Business Insider Sunday, 19 March 2017
This is what Google’s incredible new campus will look likeGoogle has submitted plans to the town of Mountain View, California for a brand new campus called "Google Charleston East." This will be the first time Google has created a building from the ground up. Here's what Google thinks the building could look like. 

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News video: Google gets approval for new campus

Google gets approval for new campus 01:08

Google’s application to build a new campus has been approved by the Mountain View City Council.

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