The 2.8 million square foot “iCon” building designed by Foster + Partners sits at the center of the proposed Apple Campus 2 slated to be built down in Cupertino.
In addition to the four-story “spaceship” for 12,000 employees, a four-story garage for 4,300 cars and a smattering of smaller buildings would rise on the 175-acre site.
As the former Hewlett Packard (HP) campus site currently appears:
A public meeting on the proposed development will be held this evening in Cupertino’s Community Hall at 6:30 pm, the meeting will be webcast live, hopefully not in Flash.
UPDATE: To clear up some confusion, the proposed campus would have a total of 10,500 parking spaces including 4,600 existing underground spaces, 1,500 new surface area spaces adjacent to the auditorium and research facilities, and 100 spaces for visitors in addition to the proposed above ground parking garage for 4,300 cars.
∙ Apple Campus 2: Overview | Renderings | Site Plan [cupertino.org]
∙ Apple spaceship HQ might work in Cupertino [SFGate]