Google: Google buys 236 acres of land in Kansas City

Dec 27, 2021 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

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. The company also bought 78.9 acres of land in 2019.

A spokesperson for Google also confirmed the development. The person revealed that Google has bought land in Kansas City for data center development. The spokesperson noted that Google doesn’t have a timeline for the development of the data center but the company wants to make sure there’s an option if there’s need for it. Google was pushing for a $600 million data center development in the city since 2019. It will be interesting to see what comes next for the company regarding the project.

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