With the company growing and the pace of hiring going up every day, it is natural that Apple, even with a formidable campus and multiple offices around the world, needs more and more space. So say this most recent acquisition, informed by the Mercury news.
According to the newspaper, Apple recently acquired two huge office buildings in its host city Cupertino. The constructions, known as Cupertino City Center 1 and 2They are adjacent and are on Stevens Creek Boulevard, a few miles from Apple Park and the Infinite Loop buildings. One of the buildings has about 15,000m of built area while the other has area of about 13,500m.
According to documents analyzed by the report, Apple invested $ 290 million in the buildings which, incidentally, have already been rented by Ma for a period. Now the company will definitely return to the complex, although it is not known which teams will occupy the space or what kind of work will be done there.
According to local real estate director Cushman & Wakefield, Eric Fox, Apple "really likes being in Cupertino, and this [the acquisition] is a way to solidify its presence there."
, maybe a giant $ 5 billion "spaceship" was enough for that, but who am I to say