Date: Wednesday, April 9th, 2014, 16:42
Category: Apple, News
As recent photos have shown, Apple may be close to breaking ground to begin construction of its new campus, slated to be finished sometime in 2o16. Apple Toolbox has been keeping an eye on site developments and has just released another batch of photos showing the current status of the new campus’ home. Photos taken nearly a month ago had shown that several building were still standing on the site. Now it appears that the area has finally been cleared and that it appears a number of heavy construction vehicles have arrived and are further preparing the area.
The site of Apple’s futuristic new space is being built on a 175-acre plot of land bounded by North Wolfe Road and East Homestead Road in Cupertino. Apple received final approval from the city council in November and didn’t waste any time getting started on the removal of trees and buildings on the site. Don’t fret about the trees too much, while discussing the project, Steve Jobs made assurances that the trees would be preserved to be replanted once the new construction was complete.
[campus model image courtesy of San Jose Mercury News]