Apple Rents All Six Floors of 'Triangle Building' Near Apple Park

Friday January 24, 2020 12:40 AM PST by Tim Hardwick

Apple has leased the entirety of the so-called "Triangle Building" near Apple Park in San Jose, California, reports The Mercury News.


The prominent six-floor building is located at 5300 Stevens Creek Blvd, just two miles from ‌Apple Park‌, and the company has reportedly leased all 86,000-square feet of the property.

According to the report, a "considerable" amount of construction work is already to be underway on all six floors, and Apple logos can be seen throughout the building.

Apple first rented part of the building in 2012, but information from property listing services obtained by The Mercury News suggests that the company has not continuously made use of the office space.

The report notes that Apple began expanding its presence around ‌Apple Park‌ last year, when it leased office space in a complex located directly across from the Triangle Building.

Apple owns and leases several properties in and around the Bay Area, including its Cupertino campus in Santa Clara and offices in San Jose.

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11 weeks ago


I thought Apple Park was designed to have more than enough room for the company to grow. Have they exceeded that growth? Or is the building going to be the largest Apple Store in the world? I can understand leasing offices in other states or other countries, but just two miles from the main building? And aren't they still making use of the old campus?

It was designed by Jony Ive with beauty not capacity in mind.
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11 weeks ago
Seems it would make more sense to include a picture of the building in question.


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11 weeks ago


Apple Park is so huge, how can they have filled that up? They must not have normal office cubicles, like most businesses, or they have a lot of redundancy help because they really do not have a lot of products that need that many people for and they certainly didn't use many of them on iOS 13 and MacOS 10.15 releases.

Last I checked, Apple made a lot of hardware. Hardware development requires electronics lab space, machine shops, huge RF and audio anechoic chambers, PCB fab lines with lots of chemicals, environmental test chambers, etc.
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11 weeks ago
When a circle just won’t do. Go triangular on them.
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Seems it would make more sense to include a picture of the building in question.

We've been having some technical issues today and weren't able to upload new images, so that's why we had to reuse an Apple Park image that was already in our library.

Things are behaving better now (though still some wrinkles working out), so we were finally able to get a photo of the actual building in there.
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I thought Apple Park was designed to have more than enough room for the company to grow. Have they exceeded that growth? Or is the building going to be the largest Apple Store in the world? I can understand leasing offices in other states or other countries, but just two miles from the main building? And aren't they still making use of the old campus?

They already have tons of office space around Silicon Valley that they are using. It was never the case that everything was going to be consolidated in the spaceship.
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