Google Middlefield Park

In September 2020, Google Inc. submitted an application for a Master Plan to create a mixed-use neighborhood around the VTA Middlefield Light Rail station across 14 properties.The project includes planning for up to:

  • 1,850 residential units (20% at affordable levels), including rental and ownership 
  • 30,000 square feet of retail, restaurant, and services
  • 20,000 square feet of community facilities
  • approximately 12 acres of public open space
  • 1.3 million square feet of office (654,000 square feet net new)
  • 2 parking structures located on Clyde Avenue and integrated parking at each building; and
  • bicycle and pedestrian network improvements.

The 40-acre Master Plan includes the area north of Maude Avenue between Logue and Clyde Avenues and at the northeast corner of Ellis Street and West Middlefield Road in the P-41 East Whisman Precise Plan area.   

The intent of the Master Plan is to identify key components of new development in the 40-acre area, including general building locations, uses, and forms, transportation improvements (including parking), utilities, and public spaces, with phased multi-year implementation. 

Project Materials

The following are materials submitted by the applicant to the City and are subject to change during the development review process:

Public Meetings

This project will be heard at the following public meeting:

  • None Scheduled

To receive e-notifications of upcoming public meetings on this Project, please create an account (or login to an existing account) at Select My MV Home - General - Google Middlefield Park

Environmental Review

As Lead Agency, the City of Mountain View will conduct environmental review for this project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Materials will be posted on this website when available. 


For questions, please contact Lindsay Hagan, Deputy Zoning Administrator, by email or by phone at 650-903-6306.