$5bn (₦1.9 trillion) Apple Headquarters ‘Apple Park’ has massive 14,200 parking spots that is hidden from view.
700 of these spots have electric vehicle charging stations. 2,000 of these spaces is managed by sensors and apps, which manage the traffic and parking spaces.
Also available are 1,000 bikes for employees to get around, and 2,000 bicycle parking spaces in the car parking garage.
At $5 billion (nearly ₦1.9 trillion), US tech giant Apple’s ring-shaped headquarters in Cupertino, California, is “world’s most expensive office“.
Officially known as ‘Apple Park’, the US largest tax payers “spaceship” headquarters, also known as Apple Campus 2, is designed to accommodate over 12,000 employees.
This massive property boasts a two-story yoga room, clinics, research space, as well as a 4,000 person café with four-story glass doors.
There is also a Steve Jobs Theater, a massive 1,000-seat auditorium situated on top of one of the highest points within Apple Park, as well fountain.
The world’s most expensive office is primarily, powered by Natural gas. With 17 megawatts of rooftop solar, the 2.8m sq ft property is also powered by 100 percent renewable energy.
Eighty percent of the 2,800,000 square feet (260,000 square meters) site consists of green space planted with 9,000 native and drought-resistant trees.
One of the most impressive structures within the circular, four-storey building is the massive underground parking spaces and roads that are hidden from view.
Apples parking spots will accomodate approximately 14,200 employees vehicles. 700 of these spots have electric vehicle charging stations.
2,000 of these parking spaces is located in the subterranean parking garage. The parking is managed by sensors and apps, which manage the traffic and parking spaces.
Also available are 1,000 bikes on the campus for employees to get around; with miles of cycling and jogging trails all over the 175-acre campus. There are an additional 2,000 bicycle parking spaces in the subterranean car parking garage.
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