updated 01:26 pm EST, Tue November 13, 2012
Leases could be stopgap until 'spaceship' campus is finished
Apple is again expanding its California office space, according to the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal. The company has signed leases for two buildings: one is a 57,479-square-foot office in Santa Clara, while the other is a 11,552-square-foot location in Apple's hometown of Cupertino. The Cupertino space is being subleased from a company called Roamware.
Apple has been continually expanding the amount of office space it uses in California, for instance securing 315,000 square feet in Sunnyvale in January. The company may be buying time until the completion of its so-called "spaceship" campus in Cupertino, which will use 650,000 square feet in solar panels alone, and house over 12,000 workers.