Apple has just signed a deal to take on a new innovative office building in Sunnyvale, a northern California community that the Cupertino-based company has been keen on inhabiting for a while now.
The agreement is with Landbank Investment LLC’s planned Central & Wolfe campus, a curvy building that’s planned to look out of this world when its 777,000-square-feet of office space on an 18-acre site is completed. It should, if Apple uses the current plan as is, also include 90,000 square-feet of rooftop garden spaces and over two miles of walking and bike paths on the ground level.
According to the Silicon Valley Business journal, people familiar with the matter have confirmed that the deal – started last month – has been completed with Apple leasing the land with an eye toward the project itself. Terms of the deal, as well as a timeline for construction, have not been reported.
Apple continues to need office space as it expands its reach globally, with massive new markets like China most likely playing a role, as well as Apple’s continued dominance in the industry it created.
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Source: Silicon Valley Business Journal