The Bay Area developers have submitted plans to the city for a three-building project in the same area where Google and its development partner are eyeing a new mixed-use campus that could span up to 8 million square feet.
The three-building development by TMG Partners and Valley Oak Partners would replace a slew of industrial buildings and parking on a nearly 5.5-acre site at 440 West Julian St. That’s smack-dab in the middle of where Googleand its Texas-based development partner, Trammell Crow, have been eagerly scooping up real estate for a potential mixed-use office campus where up to 20,000 Google employees could eventually work.
The area “has the potential to serve as the new focal point of Silicon Valley," TMG Partners CIO Matt Field and Valley Oak principal Steve Fisher said in a statement. The companies did not make representatives available for further comment.
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