Employees of Apple Inc. are set to move into the company’s new spaceship-like, Silicon Valley corporate headquarters, dubbed Apple Park, this April. Newly captured aerial footage from a drone of the 175-acre Apple house of worship shows the project nearing completion.
While some employees are set to move in next month, Apple Park isn’t expected to be completed until later this year. In total, Apple
will move more than 12,000 employees there over the next six-months, while construction on non-core buildings and landscaping will continue through the summer.
The 2.8 million-square-foot main building features curved class and solar panels that will enable much of the facility to operate on renewable energy. It will also include a 1,000-seat auditorium for the company to host future flagship product events. In addition to the main building, Campus 2 has an underground theater, several parking garages that are connected to the main building through a network of underground tunnels, and a 100,000-square-foot fitness center for employees.