Google’s global headquarters are located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway in Mountain View, California.
Known as the Googleplex, Google first leased office space on the corporate campus in 2003 from Silicon Graphics, Inc. before purchasing the buildings in 2006.
Google does not own Moffett Field. The site, between Mountain View and Sunnyvale, is on federal property controlled by NASA.
In 2014, Google subsidiary Planetary Ventures LLC entered into a 60-year lease on a 1,000 acre portion of the NASA Ames Research Center site that includes Moffett Federal Air Base, the three large aircraft hangars, and golf course. The corporation assumed responsibility for operating and maintaining the site and agreed to renovate and improve the site’s distinctive hangar buildings. Google is using the facilities to support its research and development and technology innovation activities.