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Mountain View releases final EIR for Google's Middlefield Park Master Plan

Residents have ten days to review it

The City of Mountain View released its final EIR for the Middlefield Park Master Plan, which proposes the pictured developments. Image courtesy City of Mountain View.

The City of Mountain View released its final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) on Aug. 19 for the Middlefield Park Master Plan, as is required by the California Environmental Quality Act. It’s available for public review until Aug. 29.

Project developers Google LLC and LendLease are also inviting the community to come learn about the Middlefield Park Master Plan at an Aug. 20 open house from 10 a.m. to noon. Attendees can RSVP here.

In September 2020, Google and LendLease submitted an application for the Master Plan, which involves removing 14 existing industrial and office buildings. The developers also plan to build five office locations totaling 137,000 square feet, as well as two affordable residential buildings and five mixed-use residential buildings for a total of up to 1,900 units, according to the city.

The proposed project also includes:

• up to 50,000 square feet of ground-floor active use space

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• two stand-alone parking structures

• up to 10.15 acres of park open space

• up to six private streets

• a modification to Logue Avenue (a public street)

• new bicycle and pedestrian improvements

• new landscaping and trees

• an optional private district utilities system on-site

• a Vesting Tentative Map to create up to 18 lots, up to 1,900 condominium lots, and up to 140 vertical lots

• a Development Agreement to grant implementation of entitlements over a 20-year period

Questions can be directed to Deputy Zoning Administrator Lindsay Hagan at [email protected] or 650-903-6306.

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Mountain View releases final EIR for Google's Middlefield Park Master Plan

Residents have ten days to review it

by / Mountain View Voice

Uploaded: Fri, Aug 19, 2022, 2:37 pm

The City of Mountain View released its final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) on Aug. 19 for the Middlefield Park Master Plan, as is required by the California Environmental Quality Act. It’s available for public review until Aug. 29.

Project developers Google LLC and LendLease are also inviting the community to come learn about the Middlefield Park Master Plan at an Aug. 20 open house from 10 a.m. to noon. Attendees can RSVP here.

In September 2020, Google and LendLease submitted an application for the Master Plan, which involves removing 14 existing industrial and office buildings. The developers also plan to build five office locations totaling 137,000 square feet, as well as two affordable residential buildings and five mixed-use residential buildings for a total of up to 1,900 units, according to the city.

The proposed project also includes:

• up to 50,000 square feet of ground-floor active use space

• two stand-alone parking structures

• up to 10.15 acres of park open space

• up to six private streets

• a modification to Logue Avenue (a public street)

• new bicycle and pedestrian improvements

• new landscaping and trees

• an optional private district utilities system on-site

• a Vesting Tentative Map to create up to 18 lots, up to 1,900 condominium lots, and up to 140 vertical lots

• a Development Agreement to grant implementation of entitlements over a 20-year period

Questions can be directed to Deputy Zoning Administrator Lindsay Hagan at [email protected] or 650-903-6306.

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