Google will build a new campus in New York City, the tech giant announced in a blog post on Monday.
Google plans to spend $1 billion to create a 1.7-million-square-foot campus called “Google Hudson Square” in Manhattan’s West Village neighborhood, said the post by Google’s chief financial officer, Ruth Porat.
Google said it locked down three properties as part of the expansion:
- 550 Washington St.
- 315 Hudson St.
- 345 Hudson St.
Google said it planned to start moving into the Hudson Street buildings in 2020 and the Washington Street building, called the St. John’s Terminal, in 2022. Google Hudson Square will be the head of Google’s “Global Business Organization,” the company said.