Apple Park, main building worth $4.17 billion, houses 12,000 employees
The largest Apple Product ever made is not something you'll be able to take home to enjoy, but is truly something to behold. Apple Park is the company's second campus built in Cupertino, California, and one of the final products pitched by the late CEO, Steve Jobs. The massive ring-shaped building is now an iconic symbol of Apple's dedication to design, green energy, and the future of technology.
2.8-million-square-foot main building
Main building worth $4.17 billion
Powered by 100% renewable energy
Houses 12,000 employees
Worlds largest panels of curved glass
Largest naturally-ventilated building ever
17MW on-site solar power
9,000 drought-resistant trees
100,000-square-foot fitness center
Home of the Steve Jobs Theater
Apple calls Cupertino, California home, and has been located at 1 Infinite Loop since 1993. In 2017 Apple finished construction and officially moved its employees into the massive "spaceship" campus, called The Ring, located at One Apple Park Way.