Nearly four years after breaking ground, a drone video shows Apple Park — Apple’s new headquarters in Cupertino, CA — is almost ready for its employees.
While it won’t be ready for its official unveiling until later this year, the highlight of the video is a quick look at the Steve Jobs Theater — a 1,000-seat glass auditorium named after the company’s late co-founder and former CEO.
Altogether, the new digs cost $5 billion, and will host more than 12,000 employees. The campus will cover 175 acres, include a 10,000 square foot gym, and run completely on renewable energy. It’ll also include one nostalgic piece of old tech; the Glendenning Barn, which has been on the property for more than 100 years. You can catch it inside the campus ring in the video.
Apple Park will nearly quadruple the size of its current headquarters in Cupertino, where its been since 1993. When you have nearly a quarter of a trillion in cash, you can afford to splurge a little.