Apple today has actually shared an updated official aerial try of building progression on its University 2 center established to be complete by the end of 2016. The new try, published to the City of Cupertino’s site, provides a various angle and larger sight of the surrounding school compared to the last aerial image from previously this month.

Points haven’t altered, however, for Apple’s general job routine with street utilities and demolition work expected to finish this year, earthwork continuing into very early 2015, and building construction right into late 2016:


The City of Cupertino maintains a regularly updated page on its site that consists of building and website traffic updates related to Apple’s University 2 project for citizens.

While Apple has reportedly been opening up a number of satellite workplaces, the new 176 acre University 2 is expected to host 12,000 staff members in 2.8 M square feet when it’s completed by the end of 2016. Apple’s most recent workplaces outside Cupertino consist of reasonably small workplaces in Sweden, Seattle, and Cambridge, England.

If you really want a closer look: previously this month we uploaded a drone flyover video of the University 2 sitethat obtains you a lot closer to the structure and surrounding school compared to Apple’s very own pictures.

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