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Original poster
Apr 12, 2001

Apple is expanding its Elk Grove, California campus with an additional office building, according to the Sacramento Business Journal.

Apple's new office space via Elk Grove Economic Development

Apple paid $4.2 million for a one-story, 24,400-square-foot building at 2216 Kausen Drive, one block from the campus, according to property records reviewed by the publication. A spokesperson for Apple confirmed the building is part of the ongoing expansion and development of its Elk Grove operations.

The report, citing a city official, says the building is zoned for office use, suggesting that it could be used as additional space for AppleCare support representatives. Apple also has a large distribution center in Elk Grove, along with a repair and refurbishment facility for iPhones and other products.

Apple has been expanding its Elk Grove campus since 2011, and now has over 5,000 employees working there, the report claims. Apple has had a presence in the city, just south of Sacramento, since the early 1990s.

Beyond its headquarters in Cupertino, California, Apple also has a campus in Austin, Texas that handles AppleCare support.

Article Link: Apple Expands Its Elk Grove Campus in California


macrumors 65816
Oct 21, 2013
I once worked for a big company that spent a fortune and built a fancy-pants new HQ. They also discovered it was too small before it was finished and had to buy additional (cheap) offices nearby.


macrumors newbie
Oct 1, 2021
Is Apple expanding to hire additional sub-contractors or house Apple employees at the Elk Grove location?
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