Apple Rents Over 315,000 Sq Ft in Sunnyvale, California

Apple Rents Over 315,000 Sq Ft in Sunnyvale, California

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Apple has reportedly rented 215,00 square feet in Sunnyvale Research Center, according to realty agents from Colliers International.

Mercury News reports that in addition to that space, Apple is seeking even more in the city.

Potentially thousands of Apple employees could end up working in buildings Apple has leased or has been scouting in Sunnyvale. It's not clear how many of these would be new hires, or how many would be transfers from existing Apple offices.

"Apple is going to start moving into the buildings by the end of the first quarter," said Donald Reimann, a senior vice president with Colliers. "This is really a good fit for Apple because it's close to their headquarters."

Apple is also said to have begun interior improvements at 975 and 995 Benecia Ave in Sunnyvale. That space is about 100,000 square feet. The six leased buildings are estimated to house 1,300 Apple employees.

In total, the company is looking to lease about 700,000 to 800,000 square feet in Sunnyvale which would be enough space for 2,800 to 3,200 employees.

Recently, the City of Cupertino posted updated plans for Apple's new mothership campus which is being built to help the company house its many employees; however, it will be some time before that campus is ready for use.

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Apple Rents Over 315,000 Sq Ft in Sunnyvale, California

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