Apple is making its presence even more felt in Hollywood. The tech giant is in the early stages of building a 550,000-square-foot space on the border of Los Angeles and Culver City.
Apple confirmed to Nerdshala on Friday that the campus will have two separate locations connected by a shared wall and will serve as Apple’s headquarters in Southern California. The construction site will be eco-friendly and will be powered by 100% renewable energy.
An Apple representative told Diversity That the new buildings will serve as a “mixed use” facility, but failed to provide a further breakdown of the space, saying only, “We are in the preliminary planning stages and there will be more to share down the line.”
The new facilities will be located along National and Venice Boulevards, and the buildings will cross the line between Culver City and Los Angeles.
Apple’s continued push into LA real estate shouldn’t come as a surprise. The company first established a presence in Culver City in 2014 and currently has over 1,500 employees in the area. The company plans to increase its workforce in Culver City to 3,000 by 2026. Right now, Apple TV Plus teams,and others work in the LA area.