This week, Apple announced its 5 billion dollars campus that will be open to its employees in April 2017. So are you excited for April now? Well, the giant from Silicon Valley claimed that it will approximately take 6 months to shift more than 12000 workers to the 175-acre site. The process is going to be done in a proper time period to ensure everything runs smooth for the company and employees.

In the pictures shared online by Apple, the ring shapes Apple Park is little late in its launch due to construction issues. Still, some of the construction on the main building and surrounding parkland will be completed this summer.

Plan a trip to Apple's $5 billion campus this April
Plan a trip to Apple’s $5 billion campus this April

Well, Apple has shared with its customers and fans that Apple Park would have several great features to entertain us all with. Yes, a visitor’s center with an Apple Store and a café that are open to the public, a 100,000-square-foot fitness center, secure research-and-development facilities, 2 miles of walking and running tracks and an orchard, a meadow, and a pond.

The company started its construction back in 2013 and it was mentioned last year that the company is going to move its few departments to a new office in January 2017. But it couldn’t happen due to delays! The company has named 1000 seat auditorium after Steve Jobs- Company’s late co-founder who would have been 62 years old this Friday. The top notch auditorium opens to a hill overlooking view while rest of the campus rests.

Apple’s current CEO Cook remembered Steve Jobs in his interview that

Steve’s vision for Apple stretched far beyond his time with us. He intended Apple Park to be the home of innovation for generations to come. The workspaces and parklands are designed to inspire our team as well as benefit the environment. We’ve achieved one of the most energy-efficient buildings in the world and the campus will run entirely on renewable energy.


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