Facebook aims to expand in the United States, in Washington to settle-up an expansive officer project right behind the Microsoft’s headquarter.

The social media giant’s big project is currently referred to as “Building X” project. Facebook approached towards Washington with the aim of 650,000 square feet campus, reports the Puget Sound Business Journal.

The report continued, “The company has not yet applied for building permits but a project schedule sent to the city shows that it hopes to demolish existing buildings on the allotted land as soon as May.”

The site of the “Building X” project is along the Willows Road, where Facebook has shortlisted its building on two parts, which it purchased for $20 million, in the first half of the year.

In Washington State, Microsoft holds 128 building with a big campus in Redmond.

Despite being knocked by massive security breaches and faced several troubles on its handle of user data to spread of misinformation, Facebook still continues to expand its footprints.

As per the report, the company has leased the space in two parts Bellevue officer towards, therefore, dream a project in Spring District development.

Simultaneously, Facebook would cover 384,000 square feet, $246 million projects of offices in Seattle’s neighboring, South Lake Union.

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