“Steve Jobs surprised the Cupertino City Council when he personally showed up to explain and debut plans for a new massive Apple Campus 2,” Gary Ng reports for iPhoneinCanada.
“The original campus plans were submitted back in the summer, and residents were able to participate in an environmental impact report as well,” Ng reports. “The City of Cupertino has posted the updated documents Apple submitted, dated November 4, 2011.”
Ng reports, “These new plans are massive 40MB+ .PDF files in high detail and document the entire floor plans of the campus. Apple Campus 2 will be ‘an integrated 21st century campus surrounded by green space, and will consist of 2.8 million square feet over four stories, and accommodate up to 13,000 employees. The campus will be extremely green and have beautiful natural surroundings, as 6000 various species of trees will adorn the entire campus, as implemented by the senior arborist from Stanford hired for the project.”
More info, renderings, and links in the full article here.