As Apple inches closer to open gates of its brand new campus this year, a new drone flyby video has surfaced, showcasing the company continues to apply finishing touches such as landscaping. Shot by drone videographer Duncan Sinfield, the video highlights the work within the spaceship ring and planting of trees and other greenery in 175-acre, $5 billion Apple Park.
According to a report in Apple Insider, the campus will be surrounded by around 9,000 trees and Apple’s efforts to find only the best tress have been detailed in the past.
“Landscaping around the campus picked up momentum in the month of July, particularly in the inner-circle of Apple Park where a large grove of trees has been planted. Tantau Avenue was also closed to vehicle traffic for much of the month as Apple works rapidly to finish the Visitor’s Centre. ALSO READ: Watch: Apple Park, Apple mothership office previewed in this 18-second timelapse video
“Opening day at Apple Park is still several weeks away,” the report noted. The work on parking structures and Steve Jobs Theatre also continues.