Google plans to create new boulder campus for accommodating more than 1500 employees
Google submits plans to Boulder's planning board to expand its office space as well as multiple its employee’s numbers by undertaking a project.
Through the proposed Google Boulder campus, Google will be able to accommodate near about 1,500 workers in a trio of four-story buildings of 110,000 square feet each. The project initiated on the southwest corner of 30th and Pearl streets, will include Boulder name amid Google's top 10 offices countrywide. The height of the buildings would be less than 55 feet.
The total cost of $100 will be incurred for completing the Construction of the first phase which includes two out of the three buildings. It is expected that the construction work will be commenced and is pending for sanctions. The campus will consist of indoor and outdoor event space, underground parking for 620 spots and a public area to incorporate a bike path that divides the property. Developers also would turn a channel into a flood-control zone. The expected time period for completing the first quarter would be 2017.
Pearl Place Associates has obtained the 4.29-acre lot which includes developer Forum Real Estate Group. Developers had set up various plans, together with a 120-room hotel.
Boulder employees perform with Google Drive, Google Now, Google Geo and payments. Most of them belong to software engineering and others engage with sales, product management, real estate and human resources.
The new campus will include generally office space for the staff of mostly engineers. It will contain interior event space and an outdoor courtyard to organize public and company functions.
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