“Apple Inc. is one step closer to building a second campus in Cupertino after waiting eight months for city planners to rezone its 7.78-acre property on Pruneridge Avenue to allow office use,” Matt Wilson reports for The Cupertino Courier.
“The planning commission has unanimously voted on Monday to rezone the high-tech company’s property on Pruneridge to planned development industrial and residential, clearing the first hurdle for the construction of a new campus there,” Wilson reports.
“The property is part of nine separate properties that Apple purchased at the Pruneridge site for an approximately 50-acre campus, Apple CEO Steve Jobs told the Cupertino council during a surprise visit on April 18, 2006, when he announced the purchase of properties at the Pruneridge site,” Wilson reports.
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “James W.” for the heads up.]