Google has completed the acquisition of hundreds of acres of lands in Kansas City’s Northland. The search engine giant plans to develop data centers at the site. According to Kansas City Business Journal, property records show that Google bought 236.4 acres of land to the north of Hunt Midwest...
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The facility opened in late 2020.
In Sept 2020, Google announced it would double the facility, but did not provide a timetable for completion.
Google received $25.2 million in tax breaks for the $600m project. However, the $25 million tax abatement amount was standard for a project of this type. He pointed out that the total incentive package was less than 5 percent of the company’s total 10-year investment projections.
Google projects that it would bring in more than $94.3 million in tax revenue to Nevada over the next 20 years, and hire 50 employees within the next five years at an average salary of $65,000. The company expects to invest at least $600 million over the next 20 years.
The company acquired the 64-acre site on Warm Springs Road for $19m