First he forms a monthly book club. Now he's planning a mega community for 10,000 employees on 200 acres and has a top architect creating the initial design of what's being nicknamed 'Zee' town in honor of his last name.
We're talking, of course, about Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, and who wouldn't die to get their hands on this guy's daily planner and calendar given all the to-do items on the 30-year-old leader's list.
The waterside housing development, reported to be built near the social network conglomerate's San Francisco location, will supposedly include not just homes, from dorm rooms to villa suites, but hotels, supermarkets and recreation centers.
'Zee Town' is being designed by 85-year-old Frank Gehry, the architect who designed the Guggenheim Museum in Bilba, Spain. The nuance will be one of nature, with oak trees on 40-foot office roofs.
According to one report, the $200-billion community will boast real roadways and public spaces, and pretty much operate like any city in action today, according to Facebook's Director of Property John Tenanes.
One media report notes the town "epitomizes the planning failures of the past three generations in California, and avoids connecting with a real messy place like San Francisco."
Given Zuckerberg's $10 million abode just under a half hour from the Menlo Park headquarters one thing is likely certain -- it's unlikely he'll be moving into his own town.
The scant news reports of the community project don't make note if employees will be required to live in the mini-city or what rents or house prices may be. It is pretty safe to expect extensive stable Internet, lots of charging stations for electric cars and eco-friendly aspects such as solar heat and reusable energy aspects.
No timetable for the build-out has been reported, but the few images of the architectural design even include several cell towers and lots of trees surrounding the city.