Apple has provided the official City of Cupertino website with a new photo, showing progress on the new, so-called “Spaceship” campus. And it’s starting to look like a thing of a beauty.
As you may know, every week, Apple provides a shot to the City of Cupertino to show how work is progressing. The idea is to show Cupertino residents the big picture of the multi-billion dollar construction project that is happening in their own back yards.
Here’s what Apple says residents of Cupertino can expect in regards to construction delays this week:
Motorists can expect traffic delays in the vicinity of the Apple Campus 2 site. Construction work hours are from 7 am to 7 pm weekdays and from 9 am to 6 pm weekends, with additional traffic restrictions (additional lane closures, etc.) occurring between the hours of 9 am and 4:30 pm weekdays.
Here are some of the specific construction impacts:
• Lane reductions on Wolfe Road between Pruneridge Avenue and Homestead Road.
• Left turns from northbound Wolfe road to westbound Homestead Road are reduced to a single lane.
• Sidewalk is closed along the east side of Wolfe Road between Vallco Mall and Homestead Road.
• Pruneridge Avenue is closed permanently between the Hamptons driveway and Tantau Ave.
The Apple Campus 2 construction is due to be completed by Q4 of 2016, meaning Apple will likely move into the building sometime in 2017. I can’t wait to see what it looks like then.