The Apple Park ‘spaceship’ campus gets priced among the world’s most expensive buildings

Back in 2011, with just a few hours warning, Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs appeared in front of the Cupertino City Council to pitch the architectural design of Apple’s new stomping grounds.

The renders revealed a futuristic circular building, at the same time reminiscing a Roman arena (without the gladiator pit). Steve Jobs himself acknowledged it looks a bit like a spaceship. 

The arenalike structure was four stories high, and taking 180 acres of property that Apple has been buying since 2006 north of Interstate 280, mostly from Hewlett-Packard. The new headquarters was …

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