Google’s 80-acre Downtown West mega-development scores unanimous approval from San Jose City Council

Google’s plans to bring a transit-oriented, mixed-use corporate campus to an 80-acre swath of land adjacent to downtown San Jose, California, were officially approved on May 25 by the San Jose City Council. The council’s formal blessing follows an enthusiastic thumbs up from the San Jose Planning Commission in April. The environmental review process will come next.

“Tonight, our council unanimously made a historic decision, one that will enable San Jose to lead the nation not merely in economic recovery from this pandemic, but in an equitable recovery,” said Mayor Sam Liccardo in a statement. “With tonight’s vote, Google will make the largest private

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