Apple buys a new campus for $445 million

In this time of crisis within Silicon Valley, it is a strong act on the part of Apple. The Tech giant has just acquired the Rancho Vista Corporate Center in San Diego, California for the sum of 445 million dollars.

Gym, cafe, a campus that has it all

As reminded Apple Insiderthis acquisition corresponds to a promise of the Cupertino company dating from 2019. At the time, the company undertook to create 1,200 jobs by 2022 on the San Diego side, and in particular highly qualified positions as hardware and software engineers.

And according to the latest information, the apple brand wants to do even better and now plans 5,000 hires by 2026 in this area of ​​southern California. Quoted by San Diego Union-Tribunea local newspaper, an Apple spokesperson said:

We’ve been part of the San Diego community for over two decades and are excited to continue investing here as we grow our world-class teams.

Note that as our colleagues report, the Rancho Vista Corporate Center had in the past another prestigious owner linked to the world of Tech: Hewlett Packard. This company had sold the building for $69 million to Swift Real Estate. It then carried out major renovations, and the campus now includes a fitness center, a cafe, and several sports fields. In short, the building has everything to please future employees of the Tech giant. – Official App

By: Keleops AG

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