Apple is set to invest at least $13 million in expanding its Elk Grove campus, according to a report. Refurbishment of the Sacramento-based workplace is believed to open up the possibility of thousands of new jobs being created. According to said report, Apple is planning to convert a 134,000 square-foot warehouse and kit the building out for logistics operations.

An additional 1,450 parking spaces have been added to the campus, alongside medical and dental facilities for employees. A massage room, exercise suite and a yoga studio will also reportedly be added. As noted by the Sacramento Business Journal:

"The Elk Grove site handles warehousing and distribution as well as a customer-support call center. Some reports have said Elk Grove delivers iPhone repair and logistics. The site also has the electrical capacity to support a major data center, so it could be a co-location center for iTunes. The Elk Grove plant has its own electrical substation from the Sacramento Municipal Utility District."

It'll be a positive move by the company to open up doors to employment, as well as investing in the Elk Grove location, which has seen its workforce expand and retract since 1992.

Source: Sacramento Business Journal, via: Cult of Mac