Apple today shared an updated official aerial shot of its under construction Campus 2 project through the City of Cupertino’s website. 

The new shot gives a different angle since the last time Apple checked in late last month and shows more of the earthwork and greenery of the surrounding campus.

Apple’s General Project Schedule posted on the City of Cupertino’s webpage tracking the project remains the same, however, with street utilities and demolition work expected to finish this year, earthwork continuing into early 2015, and building construction into late 2016:


Apple also uses the City of Cupertino website to provide construction and traffic updates related to the Campus 2 project for locals.

We posted the latest drone flyover video of Apple’s Campus 2 project earlier this month. When complete, Campus 2 is expected to hold 12,000 employees in 2.8M square feet over a 176 acre campus in Cupertino.

Work on Apple’s new HQ continues as the company recently opened a number of new, smaller satellite offices in Sweden, Seattle, and Cambridge, England.

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