New drone footage taken by Matthew Roberts shows off the construction progress made on Apple Campus 2.
Room for more than 12,000 employees
As you can see, the video highlights a number of areas including the 1,000-seat auditorium and the 100,000-square-foot fitness center. We also get a look at the R&D center and the parking garages.
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.
The new Apple headquarters is also set to include a reassembled version of Silicon Valley’s historic Glendenning Barn.
Construction is currently on track for completion sometime late this year. Employees will begin to occupy the building in early 2017.