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The New York Times has a little more on Google's development aspirations, or what they're saying is a spin on the company-town tradition of yore. Over the last year, the value of Mountain View land has grown by 6.2 percent, higher than anywhere else in the country — thanks to Google. Now the company's looking at building five-story residential towers in the North Bayshore area, or hooking up with NASA for developing a mixed-use project set to break ground in 2013. And still ahead looms that transit system of whizzing pods. Hold on tight, Mountain View. [NYT, previously]

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