Google Is Coming to Town

The online giant is leasing space in a city-owned building.

The Beverly Hills City Council has approved a lease for the entertainment division of Google Inc. to occupy part of a city-owned building at 331 Foothill Road.

"We are absolutely thrilled that Google has chosen Beverly Hills and our Foothill Road building as the home for their entertainment division," Mayor Barry Brucker said in a statement. "The location in our emerging entertainment business district is a perfect fit both for Google and for the city."

Google will occupy more than 13,000 square feet on the fourth floor of the building. The lease, which will span 11 years and generate $6.3 million in revenue for Beverly Hills, was OK'd by the council at Tuesday's regularly scheduled meeting.

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Jon Gluck April 06, 2011 at 11:58 PM
This is great news, Marie! Beverly Hills is emerging as an exciting hub for tech companies and the new Google office will help push that trend forward.
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