Cupertino Approves Apple’s New Building Proposal

In a recent announcement, Cupertino Mayor Gilbert Wong expressed his enthusiasm about the new development in the city, stating, “The Mothership has landed in Cupertino.” This statement was made during a press briefing confirming that the California city will welcome the new Apple campus enthusiastically.

The decision to support the project stems from economic considerations, as Apple is a major contributor to the city’s tax base.

The proposed campus will replace the old HP property and will feature a distinctive circular design, standing four stories tall and surrounded by specially designed curved glass.

The site will be enhanced with the planting of 6,000 new trees and will boast its own energy center, relying on the state’s power grid only in emergencies.

During his address to the city, Steve Jobs expressed his hope that the campus would be operational by 2015.

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