According to the San Jose Mercury News, Apple has agreed to lease a seven building campus in Sunnyvale, CA, where it plans to relocate its 1450 employees.
“In the most recent expansion, Apple intends to occupy a 290,000-square-foot office complex known as Sunnyvale Crossing that is near the corner of Central Expressway and North Wolfe Road. Menlo Park-based Lane Partners bought the complex and then proceeded with a renovation to transform the decades-old buildings into a state-of-the-art office center.”
Currently Apple is just listed as a tenant in one of the seven buildings, but according to latest city documents and commercial property sources Apple plans to occupy other six buildings as well. Apple has also filed building permit applications for all the seven buildings for their interior improvements as they require approval from Sunnyvale’s city planning commission office.
This new campus in Sunnyvale is a part of Apple’s plan of expansion, along the recent two-building Santa Clara campus for 1,200 employees and the iconic Spaceship Campus for around 14,000 employees which is under construction.