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Apple's revised campus plans pushes the main campus building -- shaped like a donut -- away from the main roads and public highways in order to reduce noise, but also to increase privacy. This means photographers will find it more difficult to long-lens employees, for instance.
Apple shows a side-by-side comparison of the greenery on the existing site -- covered by roads, paths, and buildings -- compared to what it has planned for its Apple Campus 2. You can clearly see how much green space there would be on the proposed site if Apple has the plans for its new campus pushed through by the city council.
While much of the land, which was previously owned by HP before it was sold to Apple for around $300 million, will be dug up and many of the trees downed. However, the technology giant plans to replace most of the trees and increase the number of trees on the property.
The giant space near the bottom of the campus will house the new parking structure, which will house 14,200 employees' cars and vehicles, instead of the 10,000 proposed in earlier plans.