CAMBRIDGE, MA — Google representatives confirmed the company plans to lease major space in when a 16-story glass tower is finished in Kendall Square, the Boston Business Journal reported first.
Google already employs more than 1,500 people in Cambridge, according to Google Cambridge site lead Brian Cusack.
"The development will provide enough space to eventually double Google's current local workforce. The expansion was officially announced as part of Google's national growth announcement made earlier today," a spokesperson for the company said in an email to Patch.
Massachusetts has one of Google's largest sales and engineering communities outside of the Bay Area.
Google Inc just signed a long term lease with Boston Properties for the ground-up redevelopment of the 325 Main Street building. The company will occupy 362,000 Sq ft. of the overall space, which will serve as additional office space for Google's growing Cambridge office.
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