While Apple employees prepare to board their home, the final touches are being added to the upcoming Apple Park.
The sprawling, multi-billion dollar headquarters, designed by Norman Foster, is a sight to behold. And the latest drone footage shows its most recent progress.
In addition to seeing the main campus, videographer Matthew Roberts of Maverick Media Productions captured the Steve Jobs Theater, named after the famous company cofounder.
Other highlight: near completion of the parking structures, solar paneling galore, paneling that covers two-thirds of the building’s 750,000 square foot roof., and the addition of even more trees to the landscape. An estimated 9,000 native and drought-resistant trees will fill the space upon completion.
Apple employees will reportedly start moving in this month. MacRumors reports, “The continuation of landscaping, as well as construction on some of Apple Park's auxiliary buildings, will continue into the summer, well after Apple moves the first employees into the main building.”
- Apple Park May 2017 Drone Tour [Matthew Roberts, YouTube]
- New Apple campus to name theater after Steve Jobs [Curbed SF]