Following the approval of the above listed entitlements by the City Council, Facebook learned that TE Connectivity’s planned departure from the site would likely be delayed. Buildings at 301-306 Constitution Drive and the chemical transfer facility building would need to be demolished to allow for the construction of Building 22, based on the previously approved site plan associated with the CDP. Therefore, TE Connectivity would need to completely vacate the site to allow for the construction of Building 22. Facebook has stated that its current lease agreement with TE Connectivity extends to September 2022, with options for TE to leave prior to the end of the current lease agreement. Since TE Connectivity could be at the site through September 2022, Facebook has modified the project site plan to allow for TE Building 305 to continue to be located on site, while allowing for the concurrent construction and occupancy of Building 22. The proposed revised project includes modifications to the footprint of Building 22, the construction of an eight-story parking structure, an increase in height of Building 22 to allow for skylights to exceed the 75 foot height limit, the construction of new electric vehicle charging facilities for Facebook’s fleet of electric shuttle buses and trams, an increase in the amount of private landscape area, an increase in the size of the publicly accessible open space, retention of Building 305 in an interim condition, and a modified timeline for the delivery of the full extent of the public open space.For more information about the approved Facebook East and West Campus developments, please see the Facebook Campus Project page.