Apple’s senior director of real estate and facilities presented Apple’s vision of its new campus to a Cupertino joint city council and planning commission meeting last week, including video of the projected new campus.
The edifice complex is alive and well in Silicon Valley, as Apple’s new solar-powered spaceship campus looks to be costing 66 percent more than initially planned, and Apple’s move-in date has been pushed back a year.
It’ll be a bit longer until Steve Jobs’ dream Apple campus is complete.
Not that this comes as any surprise, but Cupertino Mayor Gilbert Wong appears to be fully on-board with Apple’s new spaceship-styled campus, TechCrunch reports.
Apple isn’t in the spaceship-building business (yet), but its employees may soon feel like they’re working in one. CEO Steve Jobs pitched his proposal for a revamped Apple campus to the Cupertino City Council yesterday, describing it as “a little like a spaceship has landed.”