The proposed Google campus project at Caribbean Drive is on a 40.5-acre site. The project will result in the construction of two new five-story office buildings totaling 1,041,890 square feet. The existing 10 parcels of office and manufacturing buildings (710,381 square feet) will be demolished.
Ryan Kuchenig, Senior Planner, 408-730-7431
Project Status: Planning permit under review
The two new proposed buildings will be located at 100 Caribbean Drive and 200 Caribbean Drive. The 100 Caribbean Drive building will total 536,750 square feet with a Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 0.71. The 200 Caribbean Drive building will total 505,140 square feet with a FAR of 0.50. Combined, the two buildings will have an FAR of 0.66. The project will include a parking structure, a central utility plant and surface parking.
The following existing buildings will be demolished:
|West Caribbean Drive||Borregas Avenue||Caspian Court||Bordeaux Drive|
An Environmental Impact Report (EIR) will be prepared for the proposed development of the Google Caribbean Campus project. The Draft EIR is expected to be available for public review in mid to late October 2019.
The City prepared a *Notice of Preparation to allow for public comment on the scope and content of a Draft EIR. The 30-day Notice of Preparation public review ran from May 1, 2019 through May 31, 2019.
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The project area is located in northern Sunnyvale within the Moffett Park Specific Plan area. The project site is bound by West Caribbean Drive on the north, Mathilda Avenue on the west, and Borregas Avenue on the east. It is bisected north to south by the Santa Clara Valley Water District's West Channel. The site is currently zoned MP-I and MP-TOD (Moffett Park Industrial and Moffett Park Transit Oriented Development).