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Google picks partner for $15B in projects

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Google chose a developer and general contractor partner for its plans to build 15,000 homes in the San Francisco area.

The company, Lendlease, will work to develop 15 million square feet of mixed-use space in a $15 billion plan that's expected to take at least a decade to complete.

“Today's agreement expands on an existing and successful partnership that will help us deliver on two important objectives: our commitment to accelerate the production of residential units in the Bay Area and our plan to build mixed-use development,” said David Radcliffe, vice president of real estate and workplace services at Google.

Read more from the San Francisco Business Times.


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