Being within walking distance of work is a dream that only a few of us see come true (or nightmare depending on how you look at it), however, Facebook is trying its hardest to make this dream come alive for its California-based employees by creating a housing complex near its Menlo Park headquarters.

The project will cost $120 million (about £74 million), and feature 394 units, a sports bar and a day care center. Anton Menlo (the working name) will also have a doctor's office, a bike repair shop and several restaurants, turning it into a small city within Silicon Valley.

Already nicknamed "Facebookville" and "Zuckland" (after the company’s founder Mark Zuckerberg), the complex is both praised and criticized for drawing a fine line between "work" and "home" for the Facebook employees. [via Mashable]

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