Meeting Agenda Our City » Departments » Community Development » Planning » Major Projects. Has the company abandoned 1 Infinite Loop? Responses to comments on the adequacy of the EIR were provided in an attachment to the October 2, 2013, Planning Commission staff report. It sits on 175 acres, much of which has been devoted to green space. The iPhone SE is already an incredible price, even without any discounts, but with Apple's Black Friday sale, you can get one for a song. The new campus is just about a 10-minute drive away from Apple Campus. At its October 15, 2013 adjourned regular meeting, the Cupertino City Council approved the Apple Park project. It was one of the last projects that Steve Jobs oversaw. An Apple user for more than a decade and a half, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Apple has a very successful shuttle service for its employees, serving people who live as far as Napa, Santa Cruz, and places in between. Apple contribution: $500,000. From The Mercury News: Apple has planted a new outpost in Santa Clara, leasing a four-decade-old industrial building where the tech titan has launched a wide-ranging renovation, public records show. Meeting Video Public Meetings I-280 Corridor Study – a study to identify and evaluate a range of transportation-related improvement projects along the 22-mile corridor from the US 101/280 interchange in San Jose to the San Mateo County line near Palo Alto. Apple Park Visitor Center is located at 10600 N. Tantau Ave, at the intersection of N. Tantau Ave & Pruneridge Ave in Cupertino. Its research and development facilities are occupied with over 2,000 people. Apple's application for obtaining this status and additional information regarding this Act is available here. Apple has reportedly signed a deal with Volkswagen to bring several of the automaker's T6 transport vans to Apple Park, which would be paired with Apple's proprietary driverless vehicle software. Apple contribution: Approximately $669,0000. Another, smaller circular structure, the Steve Jobs Theater. At its October 15, 2013 adjourned regular meeting, the Cupertino City Council approved the Apple Park project. Constructing a southbound right-turn-only lane on De Anza Boulevard at Homestead Road. Constructing an additional eastbound lane along the Calvert Drive frontage south of I-280 between Stevens Creek Boulevard and Lawrence Expressway, including the installation of a new traffic signal at Calvert Drive and the addition of an eastbound right-turn lane on Stevens Creek Boulevard. On May 24, 2013 supplemental application materials were also found to be consistent with the certified application. Requests for building, fire, and Public Works inspections are dispatched and performed daily to verify the field conditions are consistent with the approved plans. The City of Cupertino held a public meeting to receive input on the scope of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR). The Apple Park project is no different than any other construction project built in Cupertino when it comes to the review and approval of construction drawings stamped and signed by licensed professionals. In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), a Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed project has been prepared which consists of the: Public Comments received after close of CEQA comment period. Adding a lane to the southbound on-ramp to I-280 at Lawrence Expressway. The distinctive circular design of the complex's main building sets it apart from other tech headquarters, as well as other buildings in the area. In recent years, Apple has made strides to use renewable energy across the company, and Apple Park is no exception. Meeting Agenda The central courtyard in the middle of the main building features an apple orchard, as well as orchards for apricots and olives. You haven't lived until you've used a third-party Twitter app like Aviary. It opened to employees in April 2017, while construction was still underway. The new campus serves as the primary headquarters of Apple, Inc, replacing 1 Infinite Loop, which is officially known as Apple Campus.