What you can't see here is the acres of parking, buried under the 'spaceship' headquarters that Apple has proposed.
The city of Cupertino, Ca. -- that one-time orchard-filled village that now houses the (occasionally) most valuable company on the planet -- has released more details around Apple's new headquarters. The headquarters that Steve Jobs referred to as a "spaceship."
Jobs made the first proposal for the project at a city council meeting in June. It includes 2.8 million square feet, a circular design, a 1,000-seat auditorium and research facilities, including underground parking for all those workers and visitors.
There are site plans, floor plans and renderings available here.