Google Buys More Kansas City Northland Property For Data Center Complex

An important purchase even if the flux of jobs that politicos hoped for never really materialized.

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"AG Rose Solutions LLC, an affiliate of the search engine giant, acquired approximately 493 acres northeast of Interstate 435 and U.S. Highway 169 through Dec. 19 and 20 transactions with Diode Ventures LLC, a subsidiary of Overland Park-based Black & Veatch. A purchase price was not disclosed in Clay County records.

"The records do not name Google but were executed on behalf of AG Rose Solutions by David Thomas. That is the same name as Google's director of corporate strategy, according to LinkedIn. Thomas also manages entities used for Google data center projects in other markets."

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Exclusive: Google buys nearly 500 acres at a second, larger Northland data center site - Kansas City Business Journal

In early December, Google secured city planners' conditional approval for a 315.3-acre data center campus in the Northland. A few weeks later, the search engine giant bought an even larger site for a data center several miles to the northwest.