Apple is always up to something.

Drone footage surfaced over the holiday weekend of Apple’s new Cupertino HQ, and it shows that it’s almost near completion.

Under construction since 2013, the project originated from Steve Jobs who collaborated with famed British architect Norman Foster to create the 176-acre campus. It’s supposedly able to accomodate almost 13,000 people. And yes, there is going to be a giant park in the center of the four-story ring, which will be filled with hundreds of fruit trees. Apple Campus 2 will also include a 100,000 square-foot workout facility.

Check out the drone footage from Sexton Videography, and see the massive 2,800,000 square-feet compound for yourself:

The building is projected to be open in early 2017.