The folks over at AppleInsider have released a new video showing construction on Apple’s spaceship-like Campus 2. Steady progress has been made on the new campus, which is slated to open before the end of 2016.
You can see the video by clicking here.
Apple’s Campus 2 was first unveiled through renderings in 2011 by the late Apple CEO and cofounder Steve Jobs, and granted final approval from the City of Cupertino, California, in November 2013.
Located a mile east of Apple’s current headquarters in Cupertino, the $5 billion building is designed to accommodate 12,000 employees across its four stories, which are said to include a 120,000 square foot auditorium and a 100,000 square foot fitness center worth $161 million and $74 million, respectively.
The new Apple headquarters is also set to include a reassembled version of Silicon Valley’s historic Glendenning Barn.
Last month, YouTube user Myithz, offered a three-minute drone’s eye view of Campus 2’s progress in 4K30 video, which was shot with a GoPro Hero 4 Black mounted on a Tarot 680Pro Hex bracket.