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Construction on Google’s San Jose mega-campus has stopped, KRON4 confirmed on Friday. The project was set to bring 4,000 living units and 25,000 jobs to the South Bay area. No official reason for the halt of construction has been given yet by Google or any other involved parties.
The project had already faced several delays due to opposition from residents who were concerned about its potential impact on traffic and housing prices in the area. It is unclear if these issues are what led to this latest delay or if there are other factors at play here as well.
Google had previously stated that it wanted the campus completed by 2023 but now it looks like that timeline may be pushed back even further with no clear indication as to when construction might resume again either. This could have serious implications for both businesses looking for new office space in Silicon Valley as well as those hoping for job opportunities in an increasingly competitive market such as this one.
It remains uncertain what will happen next with regard to Google’s San Jose mega-campus but all eyes will certainly be watching closely over the coming weeks and months ahead until more information can be provided regarding its future status going forward.Read more at KRON4