Sidewalk Labs, the city-building unit of Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc., will partner with the city of Toronto on a high-tech waterfront development, the first major foray of the search-engine giant into creating urban space.
NYS Entity Status
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JULY 29, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - GLOBAL SMART CITY, INC.
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