The city of Cupertino, Calif., has posted more images of Apple's proposed… (City of Cupertino )
The city of Cupertino, Calif., has posted online numerous floor plans and rendering of Apple's proposed Campus 2 building.
The additional images of Campus 2 show more sides and aspects of the building Apple is hoping to build to house an additional 13,000 employees
The city posted the floor plans and renderings Thursday.
Apple hopes to begin construction later this year and move into the building, which has been described as looking like an object from outer space, by 2015.
Last month, Apple sent its neighbors in Cupterino a brochure seeking feedback. The building is awaiting final approval from the city.
Among Campus 2's features would be a 1,000-seat auditorium, a fitness center and a rooftop solar array that would make Apple one of the country's largest solar power generators.
Steve Jobs, Apple's late cofounder, announced plans for the building last year. Though he'd stepped down as CEO, Jobs pitched the project to the Cupterino City Council in June.
But while Campus 2 will certainly be an impressive building, Apple has said it will not replace 1 Infinite Loop as its main headquarters.
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