Once complete, Microsoft's main campus will consist of 131 buildings with enough room to support its 47,000 existing employees and up to 8,000 more that it'll eventually hire. The project would take about five and seven years to complete. However, the software giant is not developing a new campus altogether, rather it is planning a significant modernization of its Redmond headquarters, the company told employees on Tuesday, in a post.
Microsoft says the investment will involve approximately 2,500 construction jobs and will benefit the overall Puget Sound community, which includes the Washington cities of Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, and Everett.
Once complete, the campus will have 131 buildings, compared with today's 125 buildings, and will offer workspace for the 47,000 employees who now work there, plus room for an additional 8,000 people. With the added square footage, the campus' space will be the equivalent of 180 football fields. It'll feature work areas that are divided into a series of "team neighborhoods" with plenty of natural light, an environment that Smith believes will foster the type of creativity needed for ongoing innovation in the tech industry.
A two-acre open air plaza will house running and walking trails, soccer and cricket fields, and retail space.
Microsoft says the new campus will be "built for pedestrians and bikes" with auto parking moved underground. The bridge will also tie into a forthcoming Link Light Rail station set to arrive in 2023. As a Zero Waste Certified campus we will continue to focus further on waste-reduction initiatives.
The growth plan marks a continued shift away from the car-dependent campus of the last 30 years, made possible by the 2023 arrival of a light rail line that will make travelling to and from the campus without a auto easier than ever. Microsoft writes, "And while we transform our workspace inside, we will renovate the exterior to create more opportunities to exercise, play and connect with nature for the people who work at Microsoft and those who live nearby".
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After the game, he left without speaking to reporters but wasn't on crutches, according to multiple reports . Blake Griffin suffered a left knee injury during Monday's win by the Clippers over the Lakers .
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Tiger Woods spoke at a press conference Tuesday ahead of his comeback at this week's Hero World Championship starting on Thursday. The difference this time, Woods said, is that he doesn't feel pain, and he thinks now he can take on any shot.
The intent by Project Veritas clearly was to publicize the conversation if we fell for the trap, ' Baron continued. The Post editors said they found "inconsistencies" with the woman's story on the internet.
The America East champs are making their first NCAA tournament appearance after unexpectedly winning of the conference tourney. Cheers rang out when WKU's name popped up on the screen as one of four teams that will play in Lexington this weekend.
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