21 February 2018
Apple has changed its official corporate address to One Apple Park Way. The Cupertino giant has been in the process of moving an entire workforce from its old headquarters to the new Apple Park campus for the last year.
Apple’s new official address was documented in the forms filed with the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission. A number of Apple enthusiasts noticed the new address in email footers, sent by the company to Apple Music subscribers.
The Apple Park which was initially called the Campus 2 was first unveiled by late company co-founder Steve Jobs in 2011. The company has been constructing the massive campus which includes the iconic circular "spaceship" building as well as the surrounding environs for over four years.
Apple has stated that its 12,000 employees would be moved in by year's end to the new headquarters. Last month, the Cupertino giant had received temporary occupancy permits covering five of the 12 sections of the main office structure. The company is expected to receive permission to fill the remaining areas in the near future.
Apple had opened the Visitor centre in the Apple park last year to the public. The Visitor Center offers a rooftop observation deck which overlooks the campus. It has mini Mac Cafés and an exclusive merchandise store.