A New York couple who prefer to rent in the thick of things, even in a Hudson Valley town.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
APRIL 03, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - HUDSON VALLEY OFF CAMPUS HOUSING LLC
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Facebook on Friday revealed its plans to turn a 56-acre plot of land it bought in 2015 into its own village — complete with 1,5000 new homes, a grocery store, transit center, hotel, retail shops, office buildings and open park space. The tech giant posted a video announcing its expansion plans Friday that depicts smiling workers alongside whiteboard renderings of buildings and diagrams of plans to gain approval from the city of Menlo Park before beginning construction in 2019. “Working with the community, our goal for the Willow Campus is to create an integrated, mixed-use village,” John Tenanes, Facebook’s vice president of global facilities and real estate, wrote in a blog post. Implicit in the tech company’s announcement is Facebook’s belief that it can solve some of the areas most pressing issues, including traffic congestion, demand for affordable housing, and a lack of transit options. By opening the campus and some of its facilities to the public, Facebook is also headding off a common criticism lobbed at wealthy tech firms: that they move into cities, drive up the cost of living, displace area residents and then do little to give back. A grocery store and pharmacy that would be open to the public would also solve the issue of a lack of food retailers in that part of the city, and prevent future residents from having to trek 4 miles to the nearest Safeway — a trip that, according to Google Maps, can take up to 40 minutes during rush hour.
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