July 7, 2022
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Google has recently announced a new campus in New York, Hudson Square with a approx investment of $1 billion the campus is expected to open in 2020. The new offices will be located at 315 and 345 Hudson Street, with an additional area planned for 550 Washington Street to open in 2022.

Now Google is the latest tech company to announce such expansion, after Apple’s new Austin campus and the controversial Amazon HQ2 campuses planned for Long Island City, Queens, and Arlington, Virginia.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Google isn’t pursuing any incentives from New York in exchange for its newly expanded presence in the city. But, politics and business being what they are, that doesn’t preclude the city giving Google any tax breaks or other perks of its own accord. 

Now there is no details or confirmation available at the moment about this deal. Neither Google has anything about it but we expect that we will hear something from Google during its Q1 earnings in January 2019.

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