22 May Alphabet will open smart city buildings in Toronto as early as 2023, and Google will eventually move in.
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The first buildings in Alphabet’s first smart city project could open as soon as 2023, the project’s lead said Wednesday at the Collision Conference in Toronto.
Sidewalk Labs founder and CEO Dan Doctoroff laid out the new time frame for the project aiming to create a more affordable and sustainable urban area on Toronto’s waterfront. Sidewalk Labs is a subsidiary of Alphabet, which is also Google’s parent company.
The project has raised public alarm, not unlike that in New York City following Amazon’s decision to move its second headquarters there.