February 24, 2017
Apple plans to begin moving into its new Apple Park campus in Cupertino, CA in April 2017. More than 12,000 employees will start filling the 2.8-million-square-foot “spaceship” facility, a process that will span roughly six months before everyone is aboard.
Featuring a Neo-futuristic centerpiece ring building that’s clad in curved glass, the campus was constructed at an estimated cost of more than $5 billion.
Apple Park features:
- Grassy fields and more than 9,000 drought-resistant and native trees replace five million square feet of asphalt and concrete.
- Campus operates on 100% renewable energy.
- Massive on-site solar energy installation produces 17 megawatts.
- World’s largest naturally ventilated building requires no HVAC majority of year.
- More than two miles of walking and running trails, and a 100,000-square-foot gym.
Apple’s main, 1,000-seat theater will be named the Steve Jobs Theater. Enclosed in a 20-foot-tall glass cylinder, the facility is 165 feet in diameter.
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