Apple is already planning for a second spaceship-style campus

Apple new campusLandbankThe alleged new Apple campus is in the heart of Sunnyvale at Central and Wolfe cross streets.

Apple hasn’t even finished construction on its first spaceship-style campus, but it’s reportedly signed a lease on a second, according to the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s Nathan Donato-Weinstein.

The new campus, which is still under development, is designed to be “Not Another Box,” according to its marketing moniker, and its curvy architecture is reminiscent of Apple’s own command-key symbol, just with three loops instead of four.

The large campus site in Sunnyvale would replace a 1970s business park with the futuristic looking six-story office campus, complete with a rooftop gardens and two miles of walkable paths.

And like it’s first Spaceship campus, which is just one large ring, the plan calls for smaller enclosed courtyard in each of the three buildings. All three are connected in one large roof garden.

Apple’s appetite for new office space is seemingly never-ending. The company recently bought a site in San Jose and signed a lease for a 300,000 square foot building next door to it. This new deal would add 777,100 square feet to its empire and make room for an additional 3,000 workers.

The developer of the property, Landmark, declined to comment. We’ve reached out to Apple and will update if we hear back. Read the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s full report on the leasing here.

Apple new campusLandbankA path goes through the middle of it for access to the parking garage. There’s no surface parking.
Apple new campusLandbankInstead, the campus is filled with green spaces and two miles of walkable trails on the ground.
Apple new campusLandbankThe six-story campus is covered in outdoor space and rooftop gardens.
Apple new campusLandbankThe campus has room for amenities like a cafeteria, fitness center, coffee bar, bike-repair shop, banking, etc.

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