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Apple’s $ 5 billion drone images show what 2.82 million square feet of office space look like

Apple's $ 5 billion drone images show what 2.82 million square feet of office space look like

It’s no secret that Manzanita is working hard to build a $ 5 billion headquarters in the heart of Cupertino. After drone cameraman Duncan Sinfield gave it to us a panoramic view of the giant Apple campus In February, he returned with an update showing the site starting March 3rd.

Since the beginning of February, much has happened at Apple’s headquarters, with the start of a 100,000-square-meter gym and 11,000 parking spaces.

Images from the Sinfield drone show how massive the entire project is, with 2.82 million square meters of office space to be covered with the largest glass panels in the world. It also has underground access tunnels to reach the inner courtyard, along with multi-storey car parks and a gym.

There is also a 1,000-seat underground auditorium, probably for Apple product launches, similar to the one that took place on March 21 , as well as enough workspace for 12,000 employees.

Take a look at the progress of Apple’s «spaceship» office in the video below: