Plans for Apple's newest California "spaceship" has been unveiled. Named after its bordering streets, Central & Wolfe hopes to transform a 1970s office park in Sunnyvale into a "futuristic office campus." The 19 acre site, located just five miles from Apple's main Cupertino campus (currently underway), was designed by HOK and is currently under review.
If built, it will replace nine aging buildings with a clover-like design comprised of three interconnected structures - each rising six stories.
Highlighted attributes include three interior courtyards, 770,000 square-feet leasable space, 90,000 square-feet of rooftop gardens, no surface parking, an outdoor amphitheater and a number of employee amenities, such as recreation fields and a bike shop.