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 JULY 7, 2017 AT 6:49 PM
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Aiming to address long-neglected community needs and to accommodate its burgeoning workforce, Facebook has proposed a vast expansion of its MenloPark campus. The new campus would include several office buildings, hundreds of homes, retail, a grocery store, and parks and plazas, all part of what the social network giant envisions as anew center for the neighborhood. “This will be a village,” said Ryan Patterson, a real estate manager with Facebook. “The community benefits will be open and accessible to everyone.” MenloPark-based Facebook intends to develop 1.75 million square feet of offices, 1,500 units of housing, 125,000 square feet of retail space including a pharmacy, as well as a cultural and visitor center. “Working with the community, our goal for the Willow Campus is to create an integrated, mixed-use village that will provide much needed services, housing, and transit solutions as well as office space,” said John Tenanes, Facebook’s vice president of global facilities and real estate. Facebook submitted its plans on Thursday to Menlo Park officials. If the city review proceeds as anticipated, Facebook hopes to launch construction sometime in 2019, with the first buildings ready for occupancy about two years after that. As of March 31, Facebook had 18,770 global workers, an increase of 38 percent year-over-year. The company didn’t disclose the number of employees in Menlo Park or the number projected to work at the expanded campus. However, using commonly accepted ratios of 1 employee for every 200 square feet of Class A office space, as many as 8,700 Facebook employees could work at the future WillowCampus. Facebook hopes that one big community benefit will be the addition of a market in what is something of a grocery desert in that part of Menlo Park. The closest Safeway store in Menlo Park is about 4 miles away from the proposed campus, a trip that can be a 20-to 30-minute drive across town in commute traffic. “Part of our vision is to create a neighborhood center that provides long-needed community services,” Tenanes said. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾 SmartCity Technocracy BuildingTheMatrix

Aiming to address long-neglected community needs and to accommodate its burgeoning workforce, Facebook has proposed a vast expansion of its MenloPark campus. The new campus would include several office buildings, hundreds of homes, retail, a grocery store, and parks and plazas, all part of what the social network giant envisions as anew center for the neighborhood. “This will be a village,” said Ryan Patterson, a real estate manager with Facebook. “The community benefits will be open and accessible to everyone.” MenloPark-based Facebook intends to develop 1.75 million square feet of offices, 1,500 units of housing, 125,000 square feet of retail space including a pharmacy, as well as a cultural and visitor center. “Working with the community, our goal for the Willow Campus is to create an integrated, mixed-use village that will provide much needed services, housing, and transit solutions as well as office space,” said John Tenanes, Facebook’s vice president of global facilities and real estate. Facebook submitted its plans on Thursday to Menlo Park officials. If the city review proceeds as anticipated, Facebook hopes to launch construction sometime in 2019, with the first buildings ready for occupancy about two years after that. As of March 31, Facebook had 18,770 global workers, an increase of 38 percent year-over-year. The company didn’t disclose the number of employees in Menlo Park or the number projected to work at the expanded campus. However, using commonly accepted ratios of 1 employee for every 200 square feet of Class A office space, as many as 8,700 Facebook employees could work at the future WillowCampus. Facebook hopes that one big community benefit will be the addition of a market in what is something of a grocery desert in that part of Menlo Park. The closest Safeway store in Menlo Park is about 4 miles away from the proposed campus, a trip that can be a 20-to 30-minute drive across town in commute traffic. “Part of our vision is to create a neighborhood center that provides long-needed community services,” Tenanes said. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾 SmartCity Technocracy BuildingTheMatrix

ZUCKERBERG UTOPIA JULY 7 2017 AT 649 PM Drudge Report Feed CKERB ERG UTOPIA Aiming to address long-neglected community needs and to accommodate its burgeoning workforce Facebook has proposed a vast expansion of its MenloPark campus The new campus would include several office buildings hundreds of homes retail a grocery store and parks and plazas all part of what the social network giant envisions as anew center for the neighborhood “This will be a village” said Ryan Patterson a real estate manager with Facebook “The community benefits will be open and accessible to everyone” MenloPark-based Facebook intends to develop 175 million square feet of offices 1500 units of housing 125000 square feet of retail space including a pharmacy as well as a cultural and visitor center “Working with the community our goal for the Willow Campus is to create an integrated mixed-use village that will provide much needed services housing and transit solutions as well as office space” said John Tenanes Facebook’s vice president of global facilities and real estate Facebook submitted its plans on Thursday to Menlo Park officials If the city review proceeds as anticipated Facebook hopes to launch construction sometime in 2019 with the first buildings ready for occupancy about two years after that As of March 31 Facebook had 18770 global workers an increase of 38 percent year-over-year The company didn’t disclose the number of employees in Menlo Park or the number projected to work at the expanded campus However using commonly accepted ratios of 1 employee for every 200 square feet of Class A office space as many as 8700 Facebook employees could work at the future WillowCampus Facebook hopes that one big community benefit will be the addition of a market in what is something of a grocery desert in that part of Menlo Park The closest Safeway store in Menlo Park is about 4 miles away from the proposed campus a trip that can be a 20-to 30-minute drive across town in commute traffic “Part of our vision is to create a neighborhood center that provides long-needed community services” Tenanes said 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾 SmartCity Technocracy BuildingTheMatrix Meme

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