Apple just keeps expanding in the US, at least according to the San Diego Union-Tribune. According to a report, the group is said to have bought the property in San Diego. In the long term, a total of 500 jobs are to be created at the site. In 2019, Apple committed 1,200 new jobs across the region. Since then, Apple is said to have leased buildings in University City and Rancho Bernardo.
Rancho Vista Corporate Center and more
The center was formerly owned by HP, but the property has since been parked at Swift Real Estate. There, the property was renovated for 80 million US dollars, and several sports fields and cafes were built.
According to the San Diego City Council, Apple is said to be planning further inventions. Apple also spoke to the San Diego Union-Tribune:
“We’ve been part of the San Diego community for more than two decades,” an Apple spokesperson told the publication, “and we’re excited to continue investing here as we expand our world-class teams.”
Apple is not only expanding its offices significantly in the USA, new jobs are also to be created in Munich.
via San Diego Union-Tribune