(Photos via Austin Business Journal)

Apple’s Campus 2 project in Cupertino isn’t the only construction project to keep your eyes on. The company’s massive new Austin campus is now operational, and new photos of the location that have been posted to Twitter and Instagram by employees at the complex show that the campus is a building worthy of the Apple name.

Construction on the first phase of the campus wrapped up in early February, and employees began to occupy the facility later that month. Apple isn’t finished building in Austin, however. As part of their $304M investment, other building phases are in the works, with construction on the campus expected to take until 2021. The facilities will serve as Apple’s operations center in the U.S. Check out the photos below to get a better look at what’s been completed so far.

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