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Apple's Steve Jobs Unveils Futuristic New Headquarters Design

NEW YORK - Apple CEO Steve Jobs earlier this week to give the technology a giant village of Cupertino, Calif. sneak preview of plans for a new central office that he said could be "the best office building in the world," reported the New York Post on Thursday.

It was not immediately clear how much the new building will cost.

To sell Cupertino on the design of the glass circle, which the company hopes to open in 2015 and that some immediately dubbed it iSpaceship, Jobs spoke in front of the city council.

It was a rare public appearance for maestro medical technology that has been on leave since early this year. On Monday, he helped uncover the Apple music iCloud and document storage services and other new products.

"It's like a spaceship landing," Jobs told the Cupertino city council about the proposed headquarters of Apple's new near the current location of the company, according to the Post. He added that it would house up to 13,000 staff Apple.

HQ will supply its own energy, feature 6,000 trees and offers all the parking underground, he said.

If Cupertino did not get on board with the plan of Apple, Jobs suggested that the Mountain View, where Google is located, could be an alternative, according to the Post.
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