As spotted on Apple’s recent filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as well as within promotional email marketing and on their contact webpage, Apple Park is now Apple’s official address, replacing One Infinite Loop which as been the company’s corporate headquarters since 1993.
Apple had previously noted that moving their more than 12,000 employees into the new “spaceship” campus would be a process that would take over six months, and it appears that the company is now ready to begin unpacking the moving boxes and officially call Apple Park their home.
It’s been almost a year since Apple officially named Apple Park and ever since work has been in full throttle on the 2.8 million square foot Cupertino headquarters. While Apple has kept the interior of Apple Park relatively secret, WIRED was given an exclusive tour inside Apple Park which showed the enormous amount of attention to detail Apple is infusing into their ‘Spaceship Campus’.
Construction on the headquarters started back in 2013, with work over-running from the original completion date of Summer 2017. Once complete Apple Park will run on 100% renewable energy, with the 2.8 million-square-foot main building accessible to the public through Apple’s new visitors center that includes an on-site cafe and Apple Store.