Late last month Apple submitted revised plans for Phase 2 of construction to the City of Cupertino. They requested approval of an Architectural and Site approval and a Tree Removal Permit to refine the phase 2 portion of Apple’s previously approved office, research and development campus.
When Apple Campus 2 opens in 2016, it will feature over 700 base isolators to prevent structural and architectural damage, making it the largest base-isolated building in the world. It will also cover 176 acres, exceed 2.8-million square feet, and accommodate over 12,000 staff.
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