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Google confirmed the acquisition of an office building in New York

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Google bought an office building in New York for more than 2,000 employees in the workplace. Three weeks ago, "New York Times," Google said it would spend 1.8 billion U.S. dollars, the purchase of a 15-story office building. On Wednesday, Google confirmed the news, but did not disclose the acquisition price of the building. This office was originally owned by the New York Port Authority, all located in Manhattan, New York, 111 Eighth Avenue, up to 2.9 million square feet of office space, more than the Empire State Building. Google engineers and advertising representatives will be here working. In 2006, the company leased the building and moved into a large number of employees, making it the Google in Mountain View, California headquarters of the largest outside the office. Google also said it plans to move more employees to the office.
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