In designing and building Apple Park, its new marquee headquarter, Apple spared no expense. We assumed as much by the property and sheer size of the building, but now we know exactly how much it is worth.
First reported by the San Francisco Chronicle, a recent evaluation of Apple Park by Santa Clara County pegs it to be worth $4.17 billion.
New figures released this week show the tech giant’s circular headquarters in Cupertino was assessed at $3.6 billion by Santa Clara County for property tax purposes. The valuation doesn’t perfectly coincide with its market value â€” how much it would sell for â€” but is based off a detailed appraisal of the building, which opened in 2017.
If you include computers, furniture and even farm equipment to take care of the property’s trees, the figure rises to $4.17 billion for the fiscal year that ended in June, the assessor’s office said.