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Google will move ITA workers to Kendall Square

Search giant asserts place in tech-heavy Cambridge with ‘urban campus’

Google Inc. will relocate subsidiary ITA Software of Cambridge to its Kendall Square offices, after finalizing a deal to create an “urban campus’’ with more than 800 employees, making it the search giant’s fourth-largest US location.

ITA’s 500 staffers, who now work half a mile away, will join more than 300 Google employees in a three-building Kendall Square complex connected by new glass passageways and built to accommodate further growth. Google bought ITA, a travel software company, in 2010 for $700 million.

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