A few weeks ago, Apple announced that its huge “spaceship” headquarters and campus in Cupertino, California would be officially called Apple Park, and that the first employees would begin to move into the building sometime in April. However, if the latest drone fly-by of the building and campus is any indication, there is still quite a bit to finish before Apple Park can be fully completed and open.
In the video, taken and posted by Duncan Sinfield on YouTube, the roof of the Apple Park spaceship building is far from complete, and many of its sections are still getting some final important touches. The campus in the center is also just a lot of brown dirt at the moment. While it’s certainly possible that some of Apple Park’s buildings could be moved into by the end of April, it could be months before the entire campus is ready.
Apple previously said that Apple Park would take up a total of 175 acres, including the 2.8 million-square foot building. The campus will eventually have over 9,000 native and drought-resistant trees. The campus will also be the home to the company’s Steve Jobs Theater.