Life in Mountain View is already pretty spectacular—but it’s about to get even better when Google starts work on its amazing and futuristic new Charleston East campus. How will this campus differ from the current Googleplex? It’ll be open to the public, which means you don’t have to work for Google to reap the benefits of its new-age development.
Here’s what public features are coming to the Charleston East Google campus.
The New Google Campus Will Offer Futuristic Public Amenities
Modern big-city construction is often associated with green space and trees coming down and buildings going up… but Google plans to do it a little differently. In fact, the entire Charleston East campus will basically be a lush public park and gathering area. Check out what it’ll offer.
Parklike Landscaping All Around
Google plans to plant trees and add lush parklike areas all around the building to provide a lush, green respite from big-city living. Sidewalks, crosswalks, and bike lanes will encourage car-free navigation, too.
An Oak Deck for a Peaceful Respite
Welcoming Vendors & Entertainment
First-Floor Shopping & Dining
Google’s Also Adding Homes and Offices
Google is currently working with the city of Mountain View to develop plans to add over 10,000 homes, 3.6 million square feet of office space, and a mix of parks, shops, and businesses around the new campus and the current Googleplex, helping to develop the city into a walkable destination with plenty of high-quality housing and attractions.
Places to Live Near the Google Campus
If you want to get in on the action, then it’s time to start searching homes for sale in Mountain View! The closer to the Bay you search, the closer you’ll be to all the Google innovation. But there are lots of other great neighborhoods and towns in the surrounding areas, too. Downtown Mountain View has lots of shops and restaurants, or you might find more affordable options in Old Mountain View or Castro City.
Nearby Towns Offer Amazing Lifestyles
You don’t even have to live in Mountain View to reap the benefits of the Google campus. Nearby towns, like Sunnyvale, Palo Alto, or Los Altos, offer beautiful homes, amazing amenities, and top-rated schools. It’s no surprise all of these towns rank among the best places to live in the Silicon Valley.
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