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Google’s 80-acre San Jose mega-campus on hold amid economic slowdown


Google’s construction site on future San Jose megacampus sits idle as company halts development amid cost-cutting.

Jennifer Elias

In June 2021, Google won approval to build an 80-acre campus, spanning 7.3 million square feet of office space, in San Jose, California, the third-largest city in the country’s most populous state. The estimated economic impact: $19 billion.

The timing couldn’t have been worse.

A decadelong bull market in technology had just about run its course, and the following year would mark the worst for tech stocks since the 2008 financial crisis. Rising interest rates and recessionary concerns led advertisers to reel in spending, shrinking Google’s growth and, for the…


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