Back in September, we marveled at (or criticized, depending on what side of the bed we got up on) drone footage of Apple's under-construction campus in Cupertino. Four months later, we've got an update — and, holy cow, is that campus big. Like, Stark Industries big. Check it out:

Designed by famed architect Norman Foster , the $5 billion, four-story, 2.8 million square foot "Apple Campus 2" is expected to house 12,000 employees, three restaurants (including one that will total 90,000 square feet), several fitness centers, a 120,000-square-foot corporate auditorium, and over 100 acres of landscaped green space, including the giant courtyard in the center of the building.

If all goes well, it should open in 2016, and is expected to look like this when it's done:

Previously: Afternoon Palate Cleanser: Drone Footage of Apple's 'Spaceship Doughnut' Campus Under Construction
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