Google Fights For Mixed-Use Near Campus

Google's headquarters in Mountain View, CA is not unlike many suburban office parks, but now the search giant is advocating for mixed-use development around their campus.
February 19, 2010, 8am PST | Tim Halbur
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Leena Rao at TechCrunch has a copy of Google's letter to the City of Mountain View.

David Radcliffe of Google writes in the letter, "Our goals for Google s HQ are to provide a future redevelopment that is nurturing and regenerative to the environment provide a vibrant community and worklife balance for all and efficiently manage transportation and pedestrian access needs. This must include mixed uses office retail and residential along with the kind of land use development described in the Final Report by the Mountain View Environmental Sustainability Task Force. We encourage you to be the model Silicon Valley community leading the way with visionary development opportunities to create the most efficient sustainable and fiscally supportive plan to the community of Mountain View and the North Bayshore area."

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Published on Thursday, February 18, 2010 in TechCrunch
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