Source: connect.media | Re-Post MNM Partners, LLC 5/31/2018 –
The vision for San Jose’s Google Village is beginning to take shape within a 240-acre downtown development area. Last week, Mountain View-based Google shared its first look of the proposed transit-oriented project at the Station Area Advisory Group, which is providing official input regarding Google’s proposed development.
Early plans for the 8-million-square-foot campus depict a catalytic project that aims to connect new offices, housing, retail and restaurants with surrounding neighborhoods. The new sketches show an innovation loop, a social and cultural walk, a farmer’s market in front of Diridon Station, as well as numerous open spaces. New experiences will be created with nearby Los Gatos Creek and Guadalupe River.