Apple’s $5 billion headquarters, Apple Park
JerriAnne and I visited Apple’s $5 billion headquarters, Apple Park. It is breathtaking beautiful, nicer than any Four Seasons/Hilton Hotel.
We were shown quite a few helpful tip on our iWatch and iPhones
The best view of Apple Park’s main building is seen from the Apple Park Visitors/Retail store roof terrace.
The circular building housing Apple’s headquarters in Silicon Valley is so big, it’s nearly a mile in circumference. So it’s hard to fathom that it is not actually attached to the ground.
The spaceship, as the building is often called, is a mammoth example of a technology that reduces earthquake shaking by as much as 80 percent.
Underground two story garages are cover in reflective white titles and dome ceilings. There are 14,200 parking spaces.
Sports field: has Baseball courts and Tennis courts. The Apple Fitness and Wellness center is a 100,000 square feet. There is a two story Yoga center covered in special stone flown in from Kanas.
The Steve Jobs Theatre has the largest carbon-fiber ceiling in the world. The actual theatre is underground and has a glass elevator that rotates as it descends.
Steven Jobs liked the foliage on Stanford University campus and he tracked down the Arborist from Stanford University. Jobs liked the drought resistant and types of trees.
Money was absolutely of no concern. Must be nice.
This video is a MUST watch!
Inside Apple’s $5 Billion Headquarters
- 175 acres
- 2.8-million-square-foot main building
- Main building worth $4.17 billion
- Powered by 100% renewable energy
- Houses 12,000 employees
- Worlds largest panels of curved glass
- Largest naturally-ventilated building ever
- 17MW on-site solar power
- 9,000 drought-resistant trees
- 100,000-square-foot fitness center
- Home of the Steve Jobs Theater