The Cupertino City Council's first round of General Plan amendment 'authorizations' saw two tall projects hit a wall. The council voted 4-1 to stop cold two proposed projects that sought General Plan amendments. A Feb. 2 public hearing was the ... SiliconValley.com, 1 day ago
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Youtube / Cupertino City Council Steve Jobs turned a Cupertino City Council meeting into a keynote on June 7th, 2011. If everything goes according to plan, Apple will complete its new $5 billion spaceship campus this year. It's been a long ...BusinessInsider.sg, 2 days ago PG&E : Cupertino council votes to join in on energy choice partnership 4 Traders, 2 months ago Check out Apple's progress on its 'spaceship' campus —Steve Jobs' last project Business Insider UK, 15 hours ago
City of Cupertino When Steve Jobs presented his proposal for a new Apple campus to the Cupertino City Council back in 2011, he had one aim: to create the best office building in the world. A little overfour years later, Apple is well on its ...Tech Insider, 1 month ago City - 16 incredible facts about Apple's new 'spaceship' campus E-Servicis.com, 1 month ago
Apple Inc. ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) has been granted approval, by the San Jose city council, for building a new Apple Campus in the northern part of the Californian city. It is likely to be used for office, research, and development purposes; however, the ...Bidness Etc, 1 week ago San Jose council approves agreement for Apple campus in North San Jose SiliconValley.com, 1 week ago San Jose says yes to sprawling new Apple campus Equilibrio Informativo, 1 week ago Apple is planning a massive R&D facility in San Jose MacTech Magazine, 1 week ago
A huge campus that Cupertino-based Apple is planning in north San Jose that could create more than 20,000 jobs has gotten a major endorsement from city staffers. San Jose city planners have recommended that the city's Planning Commission and the ...SiliconValley.com, 4 weeks ago Apple campus in north San Jose gets key endorsement from city planners SiliconValley.com, 4 weeks ago
Apple is one step closer to building a massive complex in San Jose, California, after its city council unanimously approved a development agreement on Tuesday evening, the San Jose Business Journal reports . The site will be used for research and ...Business Insider India, 1 week ago Watch: Aerial View of Apple's Massive Circular Campus Being Built Epoch Times, 4 days ago
A + By Roger Fingas Wednesday, January 27, 2016, 10:54 am PT (01:54 pm ET) The San Jose city council has reportedly approved a development agreement allowing Apple to build up to 4.15 million square feet of space in the north of the city, even ...Apple Insider, 1 week ago
, the Los Altos City Council will receive a final report from the Environmental Commission regarding Community Choice Energy and consider whether Los Altos should move forward with joining a group of neighboring cities planning to form a Community ...4 Traders, 2 weeks ago
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In spectacular new drone flyover footage, the futuristic spaceship-like structure of Apple's latest HQ, known as Campus 2, has been shown to be quickly taking shape. The Cupertino, California-based circular building designed by architect Norman ...International Business Times UK, 3 days ago Apple Campus 2 from a birds(drones) perspective Evertiq, 3 days ago New Drone Footage Shows Apple's Spaceship Campus Taking Shape Fast Company, 3 days ago Aerial Drone Video Offers Close-up Look at Apple Campus 2 Construction Equilibrio Informativo, 4 days ago
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