Mark Zuckerberg’s plans to tear down and rebuild four neighboring homes adjacent to his property were rejected by the City of Palo Alto for zoning code violations after he spent $30 million on the surrounding homes.
Palo Alto’s architectural review board decided Thursday that Zuckerberg’s plans to create a giant compound and rebuild the homes into smaller properties would violate zoning codes and ideal land use, The Mercury News reported.
Zuckerberg, 32, spent $30 million on the four adjacent properties to protect his privacy after a local real estate developer threatened to build a home with direct views into his bedroom. – READ MORE
Zuckerberg’s Bid to Tear Down Neighboring Homes Rejected by City of Palo Alto
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