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Apple continues to take over California with the purchase of 17.4 hectares in San Jose

Silicon Valley Business JournalEn Apple
Cupertino is completely saturated, there is simply no space for more offices, so we have seen in recent months as Apple is acquiring and renting new space within California , as it seems that the Campus 2 of Cupertino will not be enough for all who work at Apple.

At the end of May, the first rumors arose that Apple would be buying new space within the city of San Jose in California, and today thanks to Silicon Valley Business Journal, we learned that the transaction has been carried out and Apple has acquired 17.4 hectares of land for new offices .

Apple continues to take over California with the purchase of 17.4 hectares in San JoseApple continues to take over California with the purchase of 17.4 hectares in San Jose

Last week we saw how Apple had rented new space in San Francisco, this with the intention of moving the office of Beats in Los Angeles, as well as having a space available in one of the most important cities for the company, but the difference of this new transaction in San Jose, is that here they are acquiring the space , in addition to which a month ago they rented another space of 100,000 square meters in a building within the commercial area in San Jose.

According to the information, we are talking about a transaction close to $138 million , making Apple the company with the largest investment in real estate in all of California.

With this, Apple already has a presence in Seattle, Boston, Sweden, England and Japan, this only in the last year. In addition to that in 2016 is expected to open the Campus 2 Cupertino.

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