Exclusive: Up-close images show finishing touches being applied to Apple Park Visitor Center
Exclusive: With Apple set to host their first ever public event at their soon to be completed Steve Jobs Theater on Tuesday, new images have been sent to The Apple Post showing finishing touches being applied to the Apple Park Visitor Center.
The images, shown below, were sent to The Apple Post by a tipster who lives in the neighbourhood close to the uncompleted Apple Park campus. Focusing specifically on the Visitor Center, the source has captured contractors working into the night, hinting Apple may be aiming to have the Visitor Center completed for their “Let’s meet at our place” media event next Tuesday.
The Apple Park images appear to show the new on-site Apple Store, with products visible on the iconic wooden tables, and accessories displayed on wooden panels similar to those found in Apple’s “next-generation” retail stores, as well as offering us a glimpse at the on-site public Apple Park cafe.
Apple Park’s new Visitor Center will be a building located separately from the main campus, at 10700 North Tantau Avenue. – The center will be home to a 10,000 square feet onsite Apple Store that will likely sell Apple merchandise currently found exclusively at Apple’s Company Store in Cupertino. – Apple Park will run on 100% renewable energy and be home to the world’s largest panels of curved glass that are being installed to the 2.8 million-square-foot main building.
Thank you Dan for sending us these exclusive Apple Park Visitor Center images.