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Google to build $1 billion campus, double workforce in NYC

bizjournals Monday, 17 December 2018
Alphabet Inc. said Monday it will spend $1 billion on a new New York City campus. The move will allow the Mountain View-based tech giant and owner of Google Inc. to double its staff in N.Y.C. within a decade.  The new campus, dubbed Google Hudson Square, will be based on Manhattan's West Side near the Holland Tunnel and consist of 1.7 million square feet of office space spanning three buildings. The news was confirmed by Google CFO Ruth Porat in a blog post. Google already employs about 7,000…
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Google announced on Monday that it will spend $1 billion in a major New York City expansion. It's locked down three properties near the Hudson River on New York's west side. The expansion will enable Google to add 7,000 employees in New York, in what it is calling its "Global Business Operation."...

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