Google plans to acquire a business center in New York for more than $2 billion

The American company Google intends to acquire the St. John’s business center in Manhattan in New York for $ 2.1 billion, the company said in a statement.

“We are announcing today that we are increasing our investments in New York and intend to acquire the St. John’s Business Center in Manhattan for $ 2.1 billion, which will become the anchor of our new campus in Hudson Square, “the company said in a press release.

The company notes that the purchase of the business center is planned for the first quarter of next year, and for the current year, there is a plan to invest more than $ 250 million in this campus in New York, as well as hire more than 14 thousand new employees.

Google and its search engine are part of the Alphabet holding company, which also includes Android and YouTube, Google Life Sciences, Calico, Sidewalk Labs, Nest, Google Ventures, Google Capital, and Google X.

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