Google is planning to build a huge new “downtown we” Park in San Jose, and the company has shared renderings to let people know what the space might look like. Google intends to create a comprehensive development project integrating office space, residential space, park and retail space, so that this 79 acre area will not feel like a traditional enterprise park. < / P > < p > the image above represents what Google calls the & quot; gateway & quot. The proposed space will have a plaza for popular events, as well as an amphitheater for Google and the wider community. < / P > < p > and & quot; meander & quot; is what Google calls the & quot; city promenade & quot; which will be closed to traffic and has a lawn for events, screenings and other shows. < / P > < p > although there will be 5900 residential “units” and 500000 gross square feet of retail stores, restaurants, cultural centers, etc., there will be 7.3 million gross square feet of office space according to Google’s 473 slide design standards and guidelines for the proposed park. < / P > < p > you can get a better idea of what the whole campus looks like on this map, which was taken from Google’s nearly 39 minute YouTube video about the project. < / P > < p > there are more details about the project on Google and San Jose. The San Jose City Council plans to consider Google’s proposal in the spring of 2021 for final approval. < / P > < p > this is not Google’s only ambitious campus. In 2018, the company announced a $1 billion investment in a park in New York City’s Hudson square, and in September proposed a 40 acre complex in mountain view. The report shows that the number of app store purchases soared in the first half of this year due to the impact of covid-19

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