CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Search engine giant Google -- also known as that thing you probably feel like you can’t live without -- set up shop in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati’s Business Courier announced the arrival of the company to the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood in a Feb. 14.
No one seems to be sure when exactly Google secretly opened their new office in OTR, but the offices are for sales associates.
BizJournals says the tech giant moved to the Spaces sales office in the Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation, 3CDC, located on Fifteenth and Vine streets.
Chief Executive Officer at Cintrifuse and Global Head of Innovation Models at Nestle, Peter Bradshaw, says the office is a block away from Cintrifuse.
BizJournals says Google has been active in Ohio since 2014 has a $600 million data center in New Albany, just outside of Columbus.