“Apple’s Campus 2 mega-project is showing major progress in its ‘Spaceship’ Ring, where interlocking concrete slabs are building a foundation for a steel structure that is already beginning to reach upward by four stories,” Daniel Eran Dilger reports for AppleInsider. “The first massive parking garage is nearly finished and existing buildings have been demolished to make room for a second stage R&D site.”
“Apple began demolishing the former Hewlett Packard Pruneridge Campus buildings in 2013, but within just the last month it has also removed Ridgeview Court 1, a two-building complex Apple had been using as office space, located south of the HP site (below Pruneridge) on land Apple had previously acquired before the HP site became available,” Dilger reports. “Just north of newly demolished Ridgeview Court 1 site, Apple’s underground theater is now taking form, with a circular structure being built within the north section of the large excavated hole.”
More info, the drone video, and photos in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Edward W.” for the heads up.]