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Apple adds 80,000 square feet to Austin campus

updated 01:15 pm EDT, Wed July 18, 2007

Apple expands in Austin

Apple is constructing another 80,000-square-foot building, adding on to its already sprawling Northwest Austin campus. The company currently has a lease on 275,000 square feet in the three buildings in CarrAmerica Realty Corp.'s Riata Crossing, near U.S. 183 and Oak Knoll Drive. Groundbreaking will likely take place this summer. The new building will house support services, which currently occupy about 40,000 square feet of the currently occupied space. Apple advertised earlier this year for iPhone technical support jobs in Austin. When asked for information, Apple said it does not comment about its operations and did not say how many employees it has in Austin, nor whether it would mean more hires in the area.




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  1. MacnTX

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Austin

    All of this right in Dell's own backyard, as they're just up the road in Round Rock. Gotta love it.

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    geez

    Sure it sounds great, but it seems like Apple is being discriminatory. Only adding people with square feet? WTF is that? What of those with more rectangular, oval, or trapezoidal feet? Let alone those with no feet at all.

    I'm smelling a lawsuit.

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