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1 X cover new Office Space in Vancouver may get Apple has a major tenant


Last Saturday Patently Apple posted a report titled "Vancouver Canada’s Development Permit Board Passes the Proposal for a New Flagship Apple Store." We're now learning that Apple has more plans on the table regarding Vancouver, Canada. According to a new Bloomberg report, Apple plans to open an office in one of Vancouver’s most hotly anticipated developments, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter.


According to a new Bloomberg report posted late this afternoon, Apple will be joining Deloitte LLP and IWG Plc’s Spaces co-working unit as key tenants in 400 West Georgia, a 24-story office building that is owned by Westbank Corp. and Allied Properties REIT, said the people, who asked not to be named because the information isn’t yet public. The firm will take up about two floors, one of the people said.


The futuristic tower -- a rotating stack of enormous glassy cubes said to be inspired by a Japanese paper lantern -- is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2020, according to Westbank’s website. The entire development will be 367,000 square feet. Deloitte Canada’s Vancouver headquarters will take up about 117,000 square feet in the top 10 floors, while Spaces will rent about 120,000 square feet.


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Vancouver, B.C. Canada is home to one of the most import Electronic Arts locations where their largest franchises are created including FIFA Soccer, NHL, UFC, Plants Vs. Zombies and Need for Speed. There's a huge talent pool that Apple may want to tap into for games and content creation in terms of TV productions. Some of Apple TV+ programs are being filmed in Vancouver and having an office here only makes sense.


In March CBC news pointed out that "Apple is already producing programming in British Columbia, including the 10-part series titled "See," starring Jason Momoa." Just last week Patently Apple posted a report on this titled " Apple Shelling out Big Bucks for each episode of the Apple TV+ Sci-Fi Series "See" Staring Jason Momoa."


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