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Permits show how much each part of Apple's HQ cost

  • BuildZoom has obtained the building permits for 15 major structures at the multi-billion dollar new campus
  • The report reveals the massive new donut-shaped headquarters cost the firm a staggering $427,570,867
  • The Steve Jobs Theater alone cost $179,437,885, and the Visitor Center cost $109,670,640

By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com

Published: 18:42 EDT, 5 October 2017 | Updated: 19:38 EDT, 5 October 2017

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With the 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater, a 4,000 person café with four-story glass doors, and a 2.8 million square-foot ‘spaceship’ building, it’s no wonder Apple’s sprawling new campus comes with an estimated $5 billion price tag.

A new report from BuildZoom has revealed a breakdown of the eye-watering prices behind Apple Park’s most standout features, from the $16 million Fitness Center to nearly $145 million dedicated to parking.

BuildZoom has obtained the building permits for 15 major structures at the multi-billion dollar new campus – revealing the massive donut-shaped headquarters cost the firm a staggering $427,570,867. 

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A new report from BuildZoom has revealed a breakdown of the eye-watering prices behind Apple Park¿s most standout features, from the $16 million Fitness Center to nearly $145 million dedicated to parking. BuildZoom has obtained the building permits for 15 major structures at the highly anticipated new campus
A new report from BuildZoom has revealed a breakdown of the eye-watering prices behind Apple Park¿s most standout features, from the $16 million Fitness Center to nearly $145 million dedicated to parking. BuildZoom has obtained the building permits for 15 major structures at the highly anticipated new campus

A new report from BuildZoom has revealed a breakdown of the eye-watering prices behind Apple Park’s most standout features, from the $16 million Fitness Center to nearly $145 million dedicated to parking. BuildZoom has obtained the building permits for 15 major structures at the highly anticipated new campus

Apple’s new campus has been praised for its remarkable attention to detail since the first glimpses began to emerge.

A report from Wired this past spring first revealed the futuristic campus is decked out with swathes of artificial hills, a mini-forest that will eventually contain 9,000 drought-resistant indigenous trees, and a 'breathing building' powered by 805,000-square-feet of solar paneling.

And, last month, for Apple’s Sept 12 launch event, members of the press and VIP finally got the first official look inside Apple Park, revealing the ‘jaw-dropping’ Steve Jobs Theater and the massive ‘spaceship’ HQ.

According to the new report, the Steve Jobs Theater alone cost $179,437,885.

The campus is also home to a 100,000 square-foot Fitness and Wellness Center – which contains a two-story yoga room built from distressed stone from 'the right quarry in Kansas,' to mimic the stone at Jobs' favourite Yosemite hotel.

The new report from BuildZoom reveals this building cost $16,731,000.

Main Building, aka the 'Spaceship': $427,570,867

With a price tag of $427,570,867, it¿s no surprise that Apple¿s new HQ ¿ the main ¿spaceship building¿ will have countless futuristic features
With a price tag of $427,570,867, it¿s no surprise that Apple¿s new HQ ¿ the main ¿spaceship building¿ will have countless futuristic features

With a price tag of $427,570,867, it’s no surprise that Apple’s new HQ – the main ‘spaceship building’ will have countless futuristic features

The report has revealed some of the costs behind the Main Building's staggering $427 million price tag, from landscaping to construction 
The report has revealed some of the costs behind the Main Building's staggering $427 million price tag, from landscaping to construction 

The report has revealed some of the costs behind the Main Building's staggering $427 million price tag, from landscaping to construction 

In addition, the campus also features the $360,000 Glendenning Barn, the $7,500,000 Wolfe Reception Building, a $1,955,000 Maintenance Building, and the $35,636,124 Central Plant.

The Tantau Reception Building set the company back $11,500,000, while the Marcom Building cost $994,000, and the Office Building cost $115,370,380.

The Visitor Center, which is set to open later this year, comes with a $109,670,640 price tag.

Apple also shelled out massive amounts of money for parking, with North and South Parking Structures costing a total of $113,731,332, and a Parking Garage/Data Center that cost $30,353,171.

Steve Jobs Theater: $179,437,885

Last month, for Apple¿s Sept 12 launch event, members of the press and VIP finally got the first official look inside Apple Park, revealing the ¿jaw-dropping¿ Steve Jobs Theater and the massive ¿spaceship¿ HQ. According to the new report, the Steve Jobs Theater alone cost $179,437,885.
Last month, for Apple¿s Sept 12 launch event, members of the press and VIP finally got the first official look inside Apple Park, revealing the ¿jaw-dropping¿ Steve Jobs Theater and the massive ¿spaceship¿ HQ. According to the new report, the Steve Jobs Theater alone cost $179,437,885.

Last month, for Apple’s Sept 12 launch event, members of the press and VIP finally got the first official look inside Apple Park, revealing the ‘jaw-dropping’ Steve Jobs Theater and the massive ‘spaceship’ HQ. According to the new report, the Steve Jobs Theater alone cost $179,437,885.

The building permit reveals a breakdown of some of the costs behind the new Steve Jobs Theater
The building permit reveals a breakdown of some of the costs behind the new Steve Jobs Theater

The building permit reveals a breakdown of some of the costs behind the new Steve Jobs Theater

Apple's September 12 launch event marked the first to take place at the 1,000-seater Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, the firm¿s $5bn ¿Spaceship¿ in Cupertino
Apple's September 12 launch event marked the first to take place at the 1,000-seater Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, the firm¿s $5bn ¿Spaceship¿ in Cupertino

Apple's September 12 launch event marked the first to take place at the 1,000-seater Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, the firm’s $5bn ‘Spaceship’ in Cupertino

The campus also contains North and South Testing Buildings, which cost $31,492,000 and $72,350,000, respectively.

With a price tag of $427,570,867, it’s no surprise that Apple’s new HQ – the main ‘spaceship building’ will have countless futuristic features. 

Inside the circular ‘spaceship’ building, each floor will be lined with fins called 'canopies,' which will be equipped with soffits on the under that will allow the Ring to 'inhale' air.

And, shafts placed elsewhere will allow it to exhale warm air to the outside, Wired reports.

The Visitor Center: $109,670,640

The Visitor Center, which is set to open later this year, comes with a $109,670,640 price tag, the new report reveals
The Visitor Center, which is set to open later this year, comes with a $109,670,640 price tag, the new report reveals

The Visitor Center, which is set to open later this year, comes with a $109,670,640 price tag, the new report reveals

APPLE PARK: THE COST BREAKDOWN 
BUILDING  HOW MUCH IT COST 
Main Building
Steve Jobs Theater
Visitor Center
Office Building
Parking Structures (North and South)
South Testing Building
Central Plant
North Testing Building
Parking Garage/Data Center
Fitness Center
Tantau Reception Building
Wolfe Reception Building
Maintenance Building
Marcom Building
Glendenning Barn
$427,570,867
$179,437,885
$109,670,640
$115,370,380
$113, 731, 332
$72, 350, 000
$35,636,124
$31,492,000
$30,353,171
$16,731,000
$11,500,000
$7,500,000
$1,955,000
$994,000
$360,000

The building will have a massive four-story atrium as its café, with four-story glass doors that will open up on nice days so employees can eat outside.

The Apple Park café will make use of Apple's patented pizza box, as well, which the firm is believed to have been trialing at its existing campus.

All door handles in the building are custom designed from Apple and Foster + Partners – and, whether a sliding door or pivoting, they'll all have the same kind of handle.

There have been several prototypes, with some that were 'long and barely protruding,' and others that are 'tighter and less forgiving,' according to Wired.

And, the staircases are sculpted from thin concrete that's 'the perfect white.'

Apple¿s new campus has been praised for its remarkable attention to detail since the first glimpses began to emerge. A building plan for the Visitor Center is pictured 
Apple¿s new campus has been praised for its remarkable attention to detail since the first glimpses began to emerge. A building plan for the Visitor Center is pictured 

Apple’s new campus has been praised for its remarkable attention to detail since the first glimpses began to emerge. A building plan for the Visitor Center is pictured 

With the 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater, a 4,000 person café with four-story glass doors, and a 2.8 million square-foot ¿spaceship¿ building, it¿s no wonder Apple¿s sprawling new campus comes with an estimated $5 billion price tag
With the 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater, a 4,000 person café with four-story glass doors, and a 2.8 million square-foot ¿spaceship¿ building, it¿s no wonder Apple¿s sprawling new campus comes with an estimated $5 billion price tag

With the 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater, a 4,000 person café with four-story glass doors, and a 2.8 million square-foot ‘spaceship’ building, it’s no wonder Apple’s sprawling new campus comes with an estimated $5 billion price tag

Apple also shelled out massive amounts of money for parking, with North and South Parking Structures costing a total of $113,731,332, and a Parking Garage/Data Center that cost $30,353,171
Apple also shelled out massive amounts of money for parking, with North and South Parking Structures costing a total of $113,731,332, and a Parking Garage/Data Center that cost $30,353,171

Apple also shelled out massive amounts of money for parking, with North and South Parking Structures costing a total of $113,731,332, and a Parking Garage/Data Center that cost $30,353,171

At Apple's September launch event, Dailymail.com got a first-hand look at the remarkable campus, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, freshly planted trees, and an undeniable attention to detail. 

Despite its staggering size, the huge circular building at the heart of Apple Park is almost completely hidden from passing traffic, thanks to strategically placed trees. 

'Apple Park has been built to reflect Apple's values, for both technology and the environment,’ Apple CEO Tim Cook said at the start of the event, following a touching tribute to the late Steve Jobs, to whom the new Steve Jobs Theater is dedicated. 

The campus 'forms an open and inspiring environment for our teams to collaborate,' Cook explained, revealing it's 'designed to be seamless with nature, and brings the outside in.'

A report from Wired this past spring first revealed the futuristic campus is decked out with swathes of artificial hills, a mini-forest that will eventually contain 9,000 drought-resistant indigenous trees, and a 'breathing building' powered by 805,000-square-feet of solar paneling
A report from Wired this past spring first revealed the futuristic campus is decked out with swathes of artificial hills, a mini-forest that will eventually contain 9,000 drought-resistant indigenous trees, and a 'breathing building' powered by 805,000-square-feet of solar paneling

A report from Wired this past spring first revealed the futuristic campus is decked out with swathes of artificial hills, a mini-forest that will eventually contain 9,000 drought-resistant indigenous trees, and a 'breathing building' powered by 805,000-square-feet of solar paneling

THE OBSESSION WITH DETAIL INSIDE 'APPLE PARK'

Construction on Apple's futuristic campus has been estimated to cost roughly $5 billion.

Apple has specified every part of the project with rules for contractors, and features include:  

  • 'Breathing building' that uses soffits beneath the canopies to inhale, and shafts to exhale warm air - as Steve Jobs hated air conditioning and fans
  • Artificial hills and a mini-forest of 9,000 native trees, all drought-resistant with hopes they can 'survive a climate crisis' with some hand picked by Jobs
  • 100,000-square-foot Fitness and Wellness Center (including a two-story yoga room made of distressed stone to look like Steve Jobs favourite Yosemite hotel)
  • Canopies (fins along the glass) on every floor to help the building 'breathe' 
  • A cafe with four-story glass doors that will open up on nice days so employees can eat outside
  • 'Pods' designed for the many different activities that will take place within its walls, from work and collaboration to socializing
  • 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater 
  • 805,000 square-feet of solar panelling
  • 755-foot tunnel adorned with thousands of tiny white tiles
  • Shock absorbers to withstand earthquakes
  • Offices panelled with 'custom timber veneer' from recycled wood - and guidelines for the special wood used frequently throughout the building ran to some 30 pages
  • Patented pizza boxes to keep food from getting soggy
  • Contractors were told no vents or pipes could be reflected in the glass 
Inside the circular ¿spaceship¿ building, each floor will be lined with fins called 'canopies,' which will be equipped with soffits on the under that will allow the Ring to 'inhale' air. And, shafts placed elsewhere will allow it to exhale warm air to the outside, Wired reports
Inside the circular ¿spaceship¿ building, each floor will be lined with fins called 'canopies,' which will be equipped with soffits on the under that will allow the Ring to 'inhale' air. And, shafts placed elsewhere will allow it to exhale warm air to the outside, Wired reports

Inside the circular ‘spaceship’ building, each floor will be lined with fins called 'canopies,' which will be equipped with soffits on the under that will allow the Ring to 'inhale' air. And, shafts placed elsewhere will allow it to exhale warm air to the outside, Wired reports

'We have one of the world’s largest on site solar installations right here.' 

As the firm plans to start moving in to the campus later this year, 'the opening today of the Steve Jobs Theater is the first step,' Cook explained.

As press filed in to the 1000-seat Steve Jobs Theater, the massive curved staircase that brings visitors to the underground levels was revealed for the first time.

The event marked the first to take place at the 1,000-seater Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, the firm’s $5bn ‘Spaceship’ in Cupertino.

Despite its staggering size, the huge circular building at the heart of Apple Park is almost completely hidden from passing traffic, thanks to strategically placed trees
Despite its staggering size, the huge circular building at the heart of Apple Park is almost completely hidden from passing traffic, thanks to strategically placed trees

Despite its staggering size, the huge circular building at the heart of Apple Park is almost completely hidden from passing traffic, thanks to strategically placed trees

Members of the press and VIP attendees have stepped foot inside Apple Park for the first time ahead of the firm¿s 10th anniversary iPhone launch, revealing the ¿jaw-dropping¿ Steve Jobs Theater and the massive ¿spaceship¿ HQ. Floor to ceiling glass windows can be seen in the dining area above
Members of the press and VIP attendees have stepped foot inside Apple Park for the first time ahead of the firm¿s 10th anniversary iPhone launch, revealing the ¿jaw-dropping¿ Steve Jobs Theater and the massive ¿spaceship¿ HQ. Floor to ceiling glass windows can be seen in the dining area above

Members of the press and VIP attendees have stepped foot inside Apple Park for the first time ahead of the firm’s 10th anniversary iPhone launch, revealing the ‘jaw-dropping’ Steve Jobs Theater and the massive ‘spaceship’ HQ. Floor to ceiling glass windows can be seen in the dining area above

Press have begun to file into the 1000-seat Steve Jobs Theater. Here, Apple will unveil its new iPhone along with a slew of other products
Press have begun to file into the 1000-seat Steve Jobs Theater. Here, Apple will unveil its new iPhone along with a slew of other products

Press have begun to file into the 1000-seat Steve Jobs Theater. Here, Apple will unveil its new iPhone along with a slew of other products

APPLE PARK: DAILYMAIL.COM'S FIRST IMPRESSIONS

The first thing that hits you driving up to Apple's new HQ is the scale of it - it's truly vast.

However, it's actually quite difficult to see, as Apple has done a superb job of using trees to hide the building, as much as you can hide a giant spaceship, from passing traffic.

Once through the gates, its easy to see why Apple called the a park - it really feels as thought you're in the middle of on. There are large trees and grassy areas everywhere, and while everything is freshly planted, one can only imagine how green the entire area will look in a few months.

There's also the slightly strange feel everything is very, very fresh (especially the smell of manure).

The Steve Jobs Theater is also jaw dropping - shimmering in the morning sun, it looks almost otherworldly - which is possibly not surprising given the amount of money Apple has spent getting every detail right.

There's also a new visitors center outside the campus, which will offer the public the chance to see the spaceship up close when opens later this year - and will, of course, have an Apple Store as well.

-Mark Prigg for Dailymail.com

'Steve and his passion live on here at Apple Park, and everywhere at Apple,' Tim Cook said during the event.

'The Steve Jobs Theater is jaw dropping,' said Dailymail.com's Science & Technology Editor Mark Prigg.

'Shimmering in the morning sun, it looks almost otherworldly - which is possibly not surprising given the amount of money Apple has spent getting every detail right.'

Over the last few months, Apple has touted the campus’s sprawling expanse of trees, with more than 9,000 expected to dot the park at final count.

This truly makes Apple Park feel like a park.

‘Once through the gates, it’s easy to see why Apple called the a park - it really feels as thought you're in the middle of on,’ Mark Prigg noted.

‘There are large trees and grassy areas everywhere, and while everything is freshly planted, one can only imagine how green the entire area will look in a few months.’ 

According to Bloomberg, the underground auditorium has everything from leather seats to a revolving elevator and even a secret demo area hidden behind a revolving wall.

The Steve Jobs Theater has four underground levels, and according to Apple's blueprints, journalists and other visitors get to it by descending a staircase spiraling down alongside the walls after entering the circular entrance - the only part visible from above.

The theater also has two specially made rotating elevators, which turn as they ascend and descend so that passengers enter and exit by the same door - even though they go in and out from different directions. 

Just last week, aerial footage was released showing a glimpse at the the new state-of-art Apple complex in Cupertino, California.   

A new visitors center outside the campus, will offer the public the chance to see the spaceship up close when opens later this year
A new visitors center outside the campus, will offer the public the chance to see the spaceship up close when opens later this year

A new visitors center outside the campus, will offer the public the chance to see the spaceship up close when opens later this year 

Press descend a massive spiral staircase to reach the underground levels of the Steve Jobs theater 
Press descend a massive spiral staircase to reach the underground levels of the Steve Jobs theater 

Press descend a massive spiral staircase to reach the underground levels of the Steve Jobs theater 

Shot by drone pilot Duncan Sinfield, the footage showed the nearly complete main 'spaceship' structure, along with landscaping work inside the main ring of the building.  

It's expected the final tree count will be around 9,000 and will include apple, apricot, and cherry trees. 

The drone images also shows the finished Steve Job's Theater, named after the late visionary leader of Apple, sitting atop a man-made hill with a glass exterior foyer.  

Meanwhile, construction workers building the Apple Park have been posting photos and videos of the firm's new $5billion headquarters.

One video shows the exterior of the spaceship, the sleek walls of the new theater, the 'Apple Campus tunnel,' and several areas still under construction. 

'Steve and his passion live on here at Apple Park, and everywhere at Apple,' Tim Cook said during the event, live from inside the Steve Jobs Theater for the first time
'Steve and his passion live on here at Apple Park, and everywhere at Apple,' Tim Cook said during the event, live from inside the Steve Jobs Theater for the first time

'Steve and his passion live on here at Apple Park, and everywhere at Apple,' Tim Cook said during the event, live from inside the Steve Jobs Theater for the first time

'We have one of the world¿s largest on site solar installations right here,' Apple CEO Tim Cook said during the event today, held inside the Steve Jobs Theater
'We have one of the world¿s largest on site solar installations right here,' Apple CEO Tim Cook said during the event today, held inside the Steve Jobs Theater

'We have one of the world’s largest on site solar installations right here,' Apple CEO Tim Cook said during the event today, held inside the Steve Jobs Theater

'Apple Park has been built to reflect Apple's values, for both technology and the environment,¿ Apple CEO Tim Cook said at the start of the event, following a touching tribute to the late Steve Jobs, to whom the new Steve Jobs Theater is dedicated
'Apple Park has been built to reflect Apple's values, for both technology and the environment,¿ Apple CEO Tim Cook said at the start of the event, following a touching tribute to the late Steve Jobs, to whom the new Steve Jobs Theater is dedicated

'Apple Park has been built to reflect Apple's values, for both technology and the environment,’ Apple CEO Tim Cook said at the start of the event, following a touching tribute to the late Steve Jobs, to whom the new Steve Jobs Theater is dedicated

In subsequent videos, both interior and exterior walls of the 360-degree curved glass office building, which has been nicknamed 'spaceship, can be seen. 

The building also features a two-story yoga room, a 4,000 person café with four-story glass doors, and even patented pizza boxes to prevent food from getting soggy. 

The 2.8 million-square-foot ‘Apple Park’ campus was originally commissioned by the late Steve Jobs in 2009 and house 13,000 Apple techies.

The Steve Jobs Theater (pictured) has four underground levels, reports have claimed. And according to Apple's blueprints, journalists and other visitors get to it by descending a staircase spiraling down alongside the walls after entering the circular entrance - the only part visible from above
The Steve Jobs Theater (pictured) has four underground levels, reports have claimed. And according to Apple's blueprints, journalists and other visitors get to it by descending a staircase spiraling down alongside the walls after entering the circular entrance - the only part visible from above

The Steve Jobs Theater (pictured) has four underground levels, reports have claimed. And according to Apple's blueprints, journalists and other visitors get to it by descending a staircase spiraling down alongside the walls after entering the circular entrance - the only part visible from above

KEY FEATURES OF THE SPACESHIP-LIKE CAMPUS 

The launch was held at the Steve Jobs Theatre at Apple's new 'spaceship' campus in Cupertino. The campus is located around one mile east of its current headquarters
The launch was held at the Steve Jobs Theatre at Apple's new 'spaceship' campus in Cupertino. The campus is located around one mile east of its current headquarters

The launch was held at the Steve Jobs Theatre at Apple's new 'spaceship' campus in Cupertino. The campus is located around one mile east of its current headquarters


Appearing as a giant saucer, the Silicon Valley site near the 280 Highway will be home to 13,000 Apple employees.

There will be jogging and cycling trails, with more than a thousand bikes kept on site at all times, which staff can use to make their way around.

The Spaceship will have 360-degree curved glass fronted walls and central courtyard as well as a 1,000-seater auditorium, a gym and 300,000 square feet of 'research' space.

Apple Campus 2 will additionally have underground parking hidden from view, meaning 80 per cent of the site can be covered in trees. The site was previously owned by Hewlett Packard and the majority of the area is currently covered in asphalt. 

Elsewhere underground, the auditorium will be where Apple's CEO Tim Cook will present the companies keynotes ahead of product launches, for example. This auditorium will be covered with a circular glass pavilion that will also be an access point for employees and guests.

Natural gas will, primarily, provide the building's power and the local energy grid will only be accessed in emergencies.

The glass structure will also be fitted with solar panels.

The circular, four-storey building will be around a mile in circumference and a third of a mile wide and was recently described by the San Fransisco Weekly as a 'massive glass doughnut'.

The building stays eco-friendly with natural ventilation that works instead of air-conditioning for 70 per cent of the year, low energy LED lighting where natural light doesn't reach, and on-site recycling.  

Jobs called it 'the best office building in the world' and the current Apple CEO, Tim Cook, now refers to it as a 'gift' to the future of Apple employees.

Inside the circular building, each floor will be lined with fins called 'canopies,' which will be equipped with specially designed vents on the underside that will allow the Ring to 'inhale' air and breathe. 

Apple began developing the project in 2014 and has since been working around the clock to finish the campus, which opened to employees in April - although the entire space is not yet complete. 

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during an event at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California March 21, 2016
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during an event at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California March 21, 2016

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during an event at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California March 21, 2016

 

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