Apple Purchases Another Office Complex in Cupertino

Apple recently purchased additional real estate in its hometown of Cupertino, reports The Mercury News, expanding its presence in the Bay Area of California.

Apple purchased two office buildings located at the corner of Stevens Creek Boulevard and Torre Avenue for a total of $290 million. The office buildings, known as Cupertino City Center 1 and Cupertino City Center 2, are close to its Infinite Loop and Apple Park campuses.


One building features 168,000 square feet, while the other measures in at 146,000 square feet, and Apple was already leasing both locations.

Over the course of the last several years, Apple has been buying up office space in Cupertino and surrounding cities Sunnyvale and San Jose as the company grows to accommodate additional corporate employees.



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5 weeks ago
Imagine landing a dream job at Apple and then finding out that you're not working in the cool building.
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5 weeks ago

Imagine landing a dream job at Apple and then finding out that you're not working in the cool building.


Welcome to the back office.

Either that or they'll be doing some super-duper-secret stuff in there.
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5 weeks ago
Put the Mac division in this run down place. The spaceship is for Hollywood.
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5 weeks ago
That's where the Apple Car will be built. For testing, they can do donuts around that little fountain in the center.
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5 weeks ago

The "cool building" requires a 20-30 minute walk from the parking garage


Really? That's more than a mile from your car. Doesn't seem reasonable

10 minute walk to the nearest bathroom from your desk.


What are you going to do when you realize that Taco Bell delivery suddenly wasn't such a good idea?
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5 weeks ago
I just can’t fathom why apple has so many employees when they only make 2 phones, 3 tablets, a watch, some earbuds, 3 laptops, 3 desktops, 1 monitor and some services...

I know to maintain two operating systems and some hardware is big work but... 10s of thousands?
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5 weeks ago
In so many ways Apple Park is incredible, but in others - a total fail. All the land and opportunity to bring everyone together yet they’re still massively reliant on satellite campuses and rented office space.
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Imagine landing a dream job at Apple and then finding out that you're not working in the cool building.


The "cool building" requires a 20-30 minute walk from the parking garage and 10 minute walk to the nearest bathroom from your desk.
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Apple recently purchased additional real estate in its hometown of Cupertino, reports The Mercury News ('https://www.mercurynews.com/2019/08/20/apple-wheels-and-deals-big-cupertino-office-center-home-town/'), expanding its presence in the Bay Area of California.


Is it really an expansion when Apple has been leasing it for over a decade?
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