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Would you live in Zucktown, Facebook’s new city? The 59-acre community, dubbed Willow Village, will have 1,500 apartments

Mark Zuckerberg in 2008. (Credit from front: Jason McELweenie, Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

Let’s face it; it’s Mark Zuckerberg s world, and now we can make it Facebook official by moving in to the social networking giant’s custom-built city.

“It’s a good thing, right?” John Tenanes pondered to the New York Times. Tenanes is the vice president of real estate for Facebook and has been overseeing the development of the mixed-use community that includes offices, housing (225 of which will be offered at below-market rates), cultural centers, retail and all the other a爱上海同城手机版

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But outsiders remain skeptical. For them, this is just another encroachment into surrounding neighborhoods, which has seen prices soar—the median cost of a home in Silicon Valley now $968,000, and could living in Willow V上海龙凤论坛

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“Facebook has the attitude that if you are really a good employee you will live, eat and sleep Facebook. That creates insularity, which is a big problem in Silicon Valley already,” author David Kirkpatrick said to the Times. There s also the issue of the social network s ongoing privacy scandal that, in one week, has cost Zuckerberg $10 billion, according to Time. [NYT] — Erin Hudson

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