Google Middlefield Park

In September 2020, Google LLC, in partnership with LendLease, submitted an application for a Master Plan to remove 14 existing industrial/office buildings in order to construct up to:

  • 1,900 housing units;
  • 2.4 acres of land to be dedicated to City for future affordable housing;
  • 50,000 square feet of active ground-floor uses (including retail, restaurants, services and community space);
  • 1.317 million square feet of office;
  • 10-acres of public parks and open space;
  • two parking structures (district parking) and integrated residential/commercial parking;
  • new private streets;
  • new on- and off-site pedestrian and bicycle improvements; and
  • an optional private district utility system.

The applicant is also requesting a 20-year Development Agreement to accompany the Master Plan and a Tentative Subdivision Map to create up to 18 lots, 140 vertical lots, and 1,900 condominium lots. The project site is generally located at the northeast corner of East Middlefield Road and Ellis Street and north of W. Maude Avenue between Logue Avenue and Clyde Avenue in the P-41 (East Whisman) Precise Plan.

 The intent of the Master Plan is to identify the framework 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. Each phase will go through the City's development review process and require a public hearing. 

Google's Project Website

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Project Approval

On November 15, 2022, the City Council unanimously approved the Middlefield Park Master Plan, the Development Agreement, and Certified the Supplemental EIR (with a Statement of Overriding Considerations). 

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 

  • December 2, 3, and 5, 2020 - Google/LendLease hosted a series of community meetings to receive input on the Master Plan.
  • February 3, 2021 - Environmental Planning Commission Study Session on the project (see Item 5.1 Staff Report and Materials).
  • March 9, 2021 - City Council Study Session on the project (see Item 3.1 Staff Report and Materials
  • April 21, 2021 - Development Review Committee meeting to review draft design objectives for the Master Plan (see Item 2.1)
  • July 14 and 17, 2021 - Google/LendLease hosted community meetings to receive input on Ellis Park. 
  • August 18, 2021 - Development Review Committee meeting to review the Ellis Park Proposal (see Item 2.1).
  • October 14, 2021 - Notice of Preparation-EIR Scoping Meeting. 
  • April 27 & 30, 2021 - Google/Lendlease hosted community meetings to discuss changes in the project and get further input.
  • June 1, 2022 - Development Review meeting to review the Middlefield Park Master Plan, design objectives, and Ellis Park (see Item 2.1)
  • August 20, 2022 - Google/Lendlease hosted an in-person, on-site community event to share the vision for Middlefield Park.
  • October 19, 2022 - Environmental Planning Commission public hearing to provide a recommendation to the City Council on the project (see Item 4.1)
  • October 26, 2022 - Administrative Zoning public hearing to provide a recommendation to the City Council on the Development Agreement (see Item 5.1).
  • November 15, 2022 - City Council public hearing approving the project (see Item 7.3)

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). A Notice of Preparation for the project's Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) was available for public comment for 30 days, concluding on November 1, 2021. A Notice of Availability for a  Public Draft SEIR was circulated for 45 days, concluding on June 10, 2022. The City prepared a Final SEIR and circulated the document on August 19, 2022.

E-Mail Notifications

To receive e-notifications of upcoming public meetings on this Project, please create an account (or login to an existing account) at MyMV. Click on My MV Home and under My Notifications, select - General - Google Middlefield Park Master Plan.


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

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