There are just four months to go until the scheduled completion of the new Apple headquarters, "Campus 2," and this drone footage shows work is progressing at a fast pace.

Based on the new footage posted this week, the attention is now being turned to the landscaping of the building's surrounding areas. The main ring-shaped building and many of the auxiliary buildings at the center of the campus are nearly complete.

The company plans to plant more than 7,000 trees, with a variety of over 300 species including many fruit trees. Before his death in 2011, Steve Jobs envisioned replicating the California landscape of his childhood at the new site. Along with the whopping 80 percent green space, the campus will have its own jogging and cycling trails, and basketball and tennis courts.

The 2.8 million-square-foot spaceship structure, situated in a man-made forest on 176 acres of land, will house around 13,000 employees. Apple expects to move in at the beginning of next year.

Watch the footage above, and afterwards you can see artist impressions and more information about the project here.

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