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Even with its vast green and spacious areas, the designers of this campus want to "achieve the security and privacy required for the invention of new products by eliminating any public access through the perimeters against trespassers," ruling out any public right to access.
Landscaping the area, which is roughly twenty-times the size of the building itself is one of the key features to the plans. The current campus where HP had offices has "only so many" trees and greenery. Apple's new campus will vastly increase the amount of trees, greenery, and open-grassy spaces when it moves in.
South-east of San Francisco in Cupertino, California in Santa Clara County is where the new Apple Campus 2 will be. In fact, it's only a few city blocks away from Apple's current campus at One Infinite Loop, and resides still on a major interstate. This makes it easy for those who live nearby and those who commute in alike.