San José City Council unanimously approves Google's Downtown West project

Thanks to ongoing support, feedback, and involvement from San José community leaders and members, the Downtown West mixed-use plan passed one of the last milestones in the City of San José’s approval process.  On May 25, 2021, the San José City Council’s unanimous approval of the Downtown West affirms the early decision to embrace a collective journey of listening and co-creation. This builds on many years of the City, community members, and Google envisioning how to create a vibrant, dynamic place in the Diridon Station Area.

If you are interested in reading more about this historic moment, below are a few press articles:

San Jose City Council Approves Google’s Downtown West Project (San Jose Inside, 5/25/2021)

Google gets the green light to build multi-billion dollar megacampus in San Jose (CNBC, 5/26/2021)

‘The gold standard’: San Jose approves Google’s downtown village and campus in historic vote (Mercury News, 5/25/2021)

San Jose's City Council just unanimously approved Google's Downtown West project (Silicon Valley Business Journal, 5/25/2021)

On behalf of the Downtown West project team thank you for your active and ongoing engagement.  We learned a lot working alongside you in this process and hope you will continue to stay engaged to help bring the vision for Downtown West to life in the years to come.