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Apple's Spaceship Campus Is Glowing Now

It’s been years in the making, and now, it’s almost complete. Apple first started working on its brand new offices—officially dubbed Apple Campus 2—back in 2006, when Steve Jobs announced to the Cupertino City Council that Apple was buying a huge swath of land one mile east of the company’s existing facilities. After hitting some delays, construction on the campus began in 2014.
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