“The technology and real estate worlds have been abuzz over Apple Inc.’s plans to develop a new headquarters facility [“spaceship” Campus 2] in Cupertino, California,” Peter Grant reports for The Wall Street Journal.
“But Apple’s real estate ambitions in Silicon Valley don’t stop there,” Grant reports. “The technology giant also has its eye on other properties.”
Grant reports, “Take the case of the [54,000 sq. ft.] office building in Sunnyvale, Calif. that used to be occupied by PLX Technology Inc., an integrated circuit company.”
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MacDailyNews Take: As long as they stay away from that Initech building.
Too much fire damage.