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Apple's new campus still a long way off

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs addresses the Cupertino City Council on April 18, 2006. Image: City of Cupertino According to city maps, the site of Apple's new campus will be bounded by Interstate 280, Wolfe Road, Pruneridge Avenue and Tantau Avenue. Image: City of Cupertino Steve Jobs's plans for a new...
Apple's new campus still a long way off
Apple's Spaceship Campus Faces Delay, Won't Take Off Until 2016
Apple is again sending around updated brochures to Cupertino residents on upcoming Campus 2 project

Apple's new Spaceship campus set to open in 2016 as project experiences delays

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Apple’s plans for its new 2.8 million square foot ‘Spaceship’ campus, first presented by Steve Jobs to the Cupertino City Council in 2011, have been hit by a small delay, requiring the company to amend its schedule and look to open its new headquarters in mid-2016. Bloomberg reports that Apple...
Apple's new Spaceship campus set to open in 2016 as project experiences delays
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Apple Is Ready To Demolish HP's Old HQ To Make Room For Its Brand New Spaceship HQ (APPL, HPQ)

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This fall, Apple will tear down HP's iconic 1960s-era Executive Briefing Center to build its mega new headquarters there, reports eWeek. Could there possibly be a better symbol for the two PC makers in 2012? Apple bought the roughly 100-acre campus a year ago for a reported $300 million. There...
Apple Is Ready To Demolish HP's Old HQ To Make Room For Its Brand New Spaceship HQ (APPL, HPQ)
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Apple's new spaceship HQ won't land before 2016

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Did anyone really expect there wouldn't be delays? FORTUNE -- The 14,000 Apple (AAPL) employees who were looking forward to moving into the building that Steve Jobs described as looking like "a spaceship has landed" will have to wait a little longer. Last week the company gave the Cupertino city...
Apple's new spaceship HQ won't land before 2016

Apple reportedly looking at $5 billion price tag for new "spaceship" HQ

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What Apple's spaceship campus is expected to look like from above Apple's new "spaceship" campus will require little more work—and resources—to build than originally thought. A new piece at Businessweek looks at the details of the new headquarters, noting that Apple has apparently pushed back its plans to move into...
Apple reportedly looking at $5 billion price tag for new "spaceship" HQ

Apple spills into Santa Clara with a new custom-tailored two-building campus for 1,200+ workers

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With its extravagant ‘Spaceship’ campus delayed until 2016, Apple is now expanding into Santa Clara — its third city, along with Sunnyvale and, of course, Cupertino — for a new, “custom-tailored” two-building campus that will house approximately 1,200 or more employees. Apple has not detailed if these new campuses are temporary, but Mercury News states that...
Apple spills into Santa Clara with a new custom-tailored two-building campus for 1,200+ workers

Apple updates Cupertino Campus 2 proposal with additional bike paths, street renderings and parking

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Apple has submitted a revised proposal for its upcoming spaceship-like campus in Cupertino, adding details of bike paths and access, street enhancements and parking spaces to the mammoth construction project. Last November, Apple revised its timetable for the project, which the late Steve Jobs had a hand in designing, and it...
Apple updates Cupertino Campus 2 proposal with additional bike paths, street renderings and parking
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