Fremont City Council representatives will meet today to discuss the historical significance of a former Apple facility, a factory site that not only manufactured the first Macintosh computers but was designed by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs himself. Fremont Patch reports that a presentation about the former factory’s history will be shown to Council members tonight, discussing whether the 160,000 square foot factory on 48233 Warm Springs Blvd will be eligible to receive historic status. (via Former Apple Factory, Birthplace of the Mac, Up For Historic Status)
If they open it up for tours, the guides should be required to dress in the fashion of the era to correctly represent job’s true vision. hawaiian pink shorts, yes t-shirts and mullets for all.