Last week, Apple sent out a brochure updating neighbors of its incredible Apple Campus 2, reports MacRumors. The new campus consists of a massive campus on the site of an old HP campus in Cupertino that is set to host 13,000 workers.The brochure consists of details about the project, asks for feedback, and asks whether neighbors will support the project either in person at public meetings or by writing letters of support. Now that’s how you create a brochure.
Apple also says that the project will benefit the neighborhood around the campus, from both functional and aesthetic perspectives. Apple also says that the project will upgrade streets and sidewalks in the area and add more than 2,000 trees which will replace acres of parking lots with green space. The company also emphasizes the environmental sides of its project. Apple commits to using 100% renewable energy including a massive solar installation to water reclamation and improved drainage.
It is also revealed that the campus will not be open to the public. No surprise there. Apple’s timeline calls for the City of Cupertino to review and approve the campus plans later this year. Construction is expected to begin following approval and the first move-ins plans for 2015.