Is Sunnyvale no longer going to be the Yahoo HQ? According to the Mercury News:
Yahoo is moving forward with plans to build a new campus that would house as many as 12,000 workers in Santa Clara, potentially the largest single real estate development in the city’s history.
The total complex would include about 3 million square feet of office space, featuring 13 six-story buildings constructed over a large underground parking garage, according to a draft Environmental Impact Report released this week for public review.
“It’s enough to make you yell, Yahoo!” said Santa Clara Vice Mayor Jamie Matthews. “To have such a massive future expansion in your city’s future is a tremendous gift to all of Silicon Valley.”
Yahoo spokesperson Dana Lengkeek told the paper:
“We’re going through this development process and we can’t really say at this point we’re going to do X,Y or Z because that might impact the approval process.”
This news seems to definitely point to big plans in Yahoo’s future, despite skepticism from many who felt that the rocky past two years and subsequent deal with Google indicated that yahoo was rolling over.
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