As promised earlier this week, the City of Cupertino has published updated documentation from Apple regarding the company’s plans with its “spaceship” Campus 2 about to be built in Cupertino.
Confirming that “Apple submitted revised plans for the Apple Campus 2 project,” the City of Cupertino is already making these blueprints available, complete with some finely-tuned renderings that give viewers an accurate impression of what the finalized building will look like.
Notable changes include an updated landscaping area, more parking spots, a new “tools” facility, 7,000 planned trees.
The ever secretive Apple also wants to “achieve the security and privacy required for the invention of new products by eliminating any public access through the site, and protecting the perimeters against trespassers,” according to the documentation.
Totaling 120 pages, Apple's Updated Proposal Documents can be found below.