Hangar One, originally a US Navy airship hangar, in Mountain View, California
The south side of the Googleplex circa 2006 (this view was blocked a year later by a new line of shade trees)
IBM 7090 mainframe computer at Ames in 1961. Smith DeFrance, Ames' founding director, is second from the left.
Former entrance to the lobby of Building 40
One of the air intakes of the 80 by 120 foot wind tunnel (world's largest), located at NASA Ames Research Center.
A Google campus area down Charleston Road from the Googleplex
Inside 80 by 120-foot wind tunnel facing towards the intake. Aircraft or scaled models of them can be mounted on the three struts in the foreground which in this picture hold individual airplane wing portions.
Google buildings near Shoreline Park
The Mars Science Laboratory landing parachute under test in the 80 by 120-foot wind tunnel. Note the people in the lower-right corner of the image.
A Google shuttle bus at the Sunnyvale campus.
NASA Ames Exploration Center
Googleplex courtyard
A restaurant at Googleplex
Bicycle used by employees on Googleplex

In 2013 construction began on a new 1.1 e6sqft campus dubbed "Bay View", adjoining the original campus on 42 acre leased from the NASA Ames Research Center and overlooking San Francisco Bay at Moffett Federal Airfield.

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Construction of the new Google project which is near Google's Googleplex headquarters began in 2013 and has a target opening date in 2015.

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Moffett Federal Airfield

Joint civil-military airport located in an unincorporated part of Santa Clara County, California, United States, between northern Mountain View and northern Sunnyvale.

Joint civil-military airport located in an unincorporated part of Santa Clara County, California, United States, between northern Mountain View and northern Sunnyvale.

Aerial view of NAS Moffett Field and NASA Ames Research Center
Aerial view of Moffett Field from the east, with under-construction (in 2019) Google buildings visible on both sides of Stevens Creek beyond the field
View of Hangar One, the huge dirigible hangar, with doors open at both ends
View of the hangar's skeleton in September 2012

Formerly a US Navy facility, the former naval air station is now owned and operated by the NASA Ames Research Center.

The buildings are to be the new headquarters for Google and will be part of the nearby Googleplex.