updated 12:28 pm EST, Wed February 19, 2014
Complex still not due to be finished until 2016
Crews contracted by Apple have already demolished a good deal of the structures at the site of the company's future Campus 2 complex in Cupertino, an aerial photo reveals. The photo (below) was taken by Ron Cervi, a news and traffic reporter with KCBS. The demolition process began in November of last year.
The site was previously an abandoned HP office complex. Apple's plans, though, involve constructing a massive ring, often nicknamed the "spaceship," capable of holding some 13,000 workers. The company is also planning to build support facilities, and repopulate much of the landscape with over 4,500 trees. Completion of the new campus is scheduled for sometime in 2016.