Google's Mountain View development plans include affordable housing
Engadget ---------- Google is still tweaking its Mountain View expansion plans, and the public just got a clearer glimpse of what those changes could entail. The city has published a Google development proposal for the North Bayshore area that would at least partially address the San Francisco Bay Area's housing problems. The 3.12 million square foot project would include up to 8,000 new residential units, 6,600 of which would sit on Google's own land. About 20 percent of those would be marked as affordable housing, including rental units that could be affordable for individuals making $44,000 per year. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.