According to Apple CEO Tim Cook last year. employees should expect to start moving into its new $5 billion campus by January, 2017. While that date might be a bit optimistic, the complex is making big strides in becoming the home for Apple’s future. Currently the time schedule is to wrap up construction in first quarter 2017 with landscaping to finish soon after. We first talked about the Apple “Spaceship” campus back in 2011 with an infographic, so it’s good to see it come together.
We are afforded a bird’s eye view of the construction in progress thanks to video photographer (and drone pilot) Matthew Roberts. Let’s take a peak.
The auditorium is almost in place. We should expect this year’s iPhone 8 announcement to happen here.
Solar panels now occupy about 60 percent of the Apple Campus roof.
The atrium will be a gorgeous opening with a view to die for, no doubt.
Inside the Apple Campus ring we have continuing construction. This will have a lot of landscaping done once it is finished.
And speaking of landscaping, we can see some of the trees awaiting placement into their new home in the interior of the Apple Campus.
The tunnel and parking is almost a small city in itself. Employees are already taking advantage of these structures while they finish the campus.
Now, view the video itself below: