It seems that Apple’s current campus in Cupertino is just not cutting it. In addition to Apple’s dream space-ship like campus that is expected to open in 2015, Apple has just leased out a nine building campus in Cupertino that could fit up to 1300 employees. The campus, which may be renovated prior Apple’s move in, is currently known as the Results Way Corporate Center and sits at 5 Results Way Cupertino, CA. Mercury News reports:

Up to 1,300 people could work at the Results Way complex. That number is derived from parking ratios supplied by the city of Cupertino. The complex consists of nine buildings, according to an offering flier issued by the property owner, Belmont-based Embarcadero Capital Partners. The buildings are being marketed by brokers from the San Jose office of Colliers International, a commercial realty brokerage.

Apple’s demand for space is more than what Cupertino and the surrounding areas can hold it seems:

With the demand that we are seeing from Apple, they are starting to outstrip supply in Cupertino,” said Rob Shannon, a senior vice president with CB Richard Ellis, a commercial realty firm. “Cupertino and Mountain View are pretty much out of space.

Apple is yet to officially announce this extension of their main 1 Infinite Loop campus, but we will likely hear more about it as building plans and specifics emerge in the coming months. Apple will surely want to get this campus up and running soon, as it sounds like an interim campus extension until the “spaceship” opens in about four years. A shot from the air is after the break.

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