If you think Apple’s products are impressive, just wait until you see the company’s brand new campus.
Though the planning and construction has taken years to complete, on Wednesday, the tech company revealed that its campus, which will henceforth be known as Apple Park, will be opening to employees in April and pay respects to Steve Jobs, the late Apple co-founder who envisioned the center “for creativity and collaboration.”
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While we’ve seen some birds-eye footage of the gigantic building — formerly referred to as everything from Apple’s spaceship campus and Apple Campus 2 in the past — Apple’s latest press release has given us a trove of new info surrounding the 175-acre “Park” in Silicon Valley. Read more…