A Google building in South Lake Union, Seattle. (GeekWire File Photo / James Thorne)
Google’s footprint in Seattle just keeps on growing.
The Alphabet-owned tech giant signed an agreement to purchase land at a car dealership site in Kirkland, Wash., a spokesperson confirmed Thursday.
Business Insider and Bloomberg reported the news last week. King County records obtained by GeekWire show a sale of nearly 10 acres of land at 11845 NE 85th St., home of Lee Johnson car dealerships. There is no purchase price available yet.
Google did not provide more details. “The site is intended to support Google’s future growth in the area,” a spokesperson said.
It’s the latest expansion for Google this year, even amid the ongoing pandemic that has forced some companies to pull back on physical office space with a shift to remote work.
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Google has gobbled up large chunks of the new Kirkland Urban development, just down the street from the car dealership site. Earlier this year it purchased the Kirkland Urban East plot for $40 million.
Last year Google bought about 400,000 square feet of office space across the North and Central …read more