Google is erecting a four-story structure in the heart of the San Francisco Bay but is managing to conceal its purpose by constructing it on docked barges instead of on land, where city building permits and public plans are mandatory.
Google’s mysterious floating barge on San Francisco Bay will feature luxury showrooms and a party deck for the tech giant to market Google Glass and other gadgets to invitation-only clients, multiple sources told KPIX 5.
Google is staying silent about a mysterious barge off Treasure Island. Meanwhile, KPIX 5 has received comment from the U.S. Coast Guard about the project, and has obtained details about the barges and who owns them.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and other local officials said Google has left them in the dark about a massive barge off Treasure Island, days after KPIX 5 first reported on the mysterious project.
A new Twitter presence surfaced Monday, just days after KPIX 5 reported that Google is believed to be building floating structures to market Google Glass — the cutting edge wearable computer that the company has under development.
After KPIX 5 reported on Google’s mysterious project on a barge off Treasure Island, reports have surfaced of the tech giant building similar floating structures outside of the Bay Area.
KPIX 5 has learned a mysterious barge floating on Treasure Island belongs to Google. But the project may be sunk before it ever opens for business.
A suspicious device forced authorities to temporarily shut the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge on Friday afternoon, snarling traffic on both sides of the bridge.
A man’s body was found in the Bay on Tuesday evening, San Francisco police said Wednesday.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee confirmed on Thursday that efforts to secure Chinese financing for the Lennar Corp.- Hunters Point Shipyard and Treasure Island housing developments were unsuccessful.