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Apple is building a huge new London HQ at Battersea Power Station

Apple has revealed that it’s set to move its UK headquarters to London’s iconic Battersea Power Station. The Grade II listed building, which has stood derelict for the past 33 years, is currently undergoing a multibillion-pound restoration and is expected to open its doors in 2021. The company’s “new London campus” will take up six floors — 500,000 sq. ft. — of the central boiler room and will have enough space to hold 3,000 people.
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