Apple Takes Space in Downtown Cupertino

Apple continues to bolster its influence on the Silicon Valley city of Cupertino as the tech giant recently completed a leasing deal for an under-development office campus located in the vicinity of its ambitious Apple Campus 2 project. The company has a large workforce in the area and occupies a vast amount of real estate in Silicon Valley, with both continuing to grow. Apple is now set to anchor the Main Street Cupertino mixed-use development project, a venture that aims to create a new downtown for the city.

Apple continues to bolster its influence on the Silicon Valley office market, most recently signing on to anchor the office portion of Main Street Cupertino, a mixed-use venture that aims to create a new downtown for the city. The technology giant has leased 260,o00 square feet of office space, according to public records, The Silicon Valley Business Journal noted.

Located on a 2.5-acre site, Main Street Cupertino will feature a 180-key Marriott Residence Inn, 120 loft-style units and more than 130,000 square feet of retail, restaurants and professional services. Also planned is a smaller office building geared to startups and emerging companies. A parking structure and office auto court will offer 1,129 spaces between them.

Apple’s space at Main Street Cupertino will complement the nearby Apple Campus 2, its future headquarters. Main Street Cupertino will also be walking distance from Vallco Shopping Mall, the new Rose Bowl development, AMC Theatres, Starbucks, Benihana, and the Bay Club Cupertino fitness center.

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