Google pays $1 billion for entire Mountain View complex – Curbed SF

Curbed SF
So great is the company’s appetite for prime Silicon Valley real estate that it’s swallowing the neighboring complex whole, in a purchase that the San Francisco Chronicle calls “second-largest 2018 real estate acquisition nationwide.” The single
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