iPhone maker has leased a seven-building office complex in neighboring Sunnyvale that will house up to 1,450 employees, the Mercury News reports.
As part of its final agreement for construction of the 176-acre campus, Apple has agreed to increase the amount of taxes it pays to the city in the form of a reduced sales tax rebate.
While there have been construction hold-ups on the tech giant's forthcoming spaceship-like headquarters, the company has to build new offices to hold all of its workers.
County records show that the tech giant bought three plots of land adjacent to its Austin campus in preparation for its $304 million expansion in the area.
The plans for Apple's new campus have leaked, and there's a huge auditorium in the basement.
Steve Jobs' spaceship-like facility will hold 13,000 employees and could open in 2015.
Apple has been given the go-ahead to put a new campus in North Austin. The deal will give the company $5.4 million to $6.4 million in tax rebates over the next 15 years.
The Cupertino city council posts detailed diagrams of floor plans, walkways, and landscaping plans prepared by the company's architects.
Apple will unveil the next incarnation of the iPhone on its corporate campus in Cupertino, Calif., instead of in San Francisco, All Things Digital is reporting.
Apple is still waiting for approval on its second campus, and its executives are reportedly already considering another building to follow.