A property search appears to have stalled for Google Australia almost a year after the search giant reportedly started looking for a second office in Sydney.
Google's Sydney office is across two floors in the Pyrmont Accenture building.
(Screenshot by Luke Hopewell/ZDNet Australia)
The Sydney Morning Herald reported last June that Google had gone to market for a second office in Sydney to supplement the company's growing footprint.
The company holds a lease on 6500 square metres of space across two levels inside its current facility in Pyrmont until December 2018 and is interested in leasing another 2500 square metres of space in the same area, Fairfax reported.
Almost a year on, however, the search appears to have gone nowhere, to the dismay of local property managers who submitted applications.
One property manager who spoke to ZDNet Australia said that over 100 applications had been submitted to Google after it went to market late last year looking for a second Sydney home.
The developer added that nobody had heard back from the search giant since then.
"If you've got good news for us, we'd be happy to hear it," he joked.
Other developers and commercial agents also confirmed to ZDNet Australia that Google had gone to market last year, but that they were yet to hear back in response to their applications.
Google Australia remained tight-lipped on the house hunt.
Google Australia's engineering director, Alan Noble, told ZDNet Australia in an interview last year that the web giant would only look to expand its physical footprint if the opportunity presented itself.