How Google Plans On Taking Over Mountain View, One Plot Of Land At A Time

How Google Plans On Taking Over Mountain View, One Plot Of Land At A Time
technology

Moffett Airfield is the latest piece in the Internet giant's real-estate puzzle.

Ross Brooks
  • 27 february 2014

Google is well known for its acquisition of various robotics companies, but it has also started to make a name for itself in real-estate – as long as we’re just talking about Mountain View, California. The company owns 10.7 percent of all taxable property in the city, and they just became the proud new owners of their very own airport.

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