Dan Whisenhunt, Apple’s vice-president of real estate and development, is reportedly retiring from his role. Whisenhunt oversaw the company’s real estate, including the construction of the new Apple Park campus, is retiring, the San Francisco Chronicle reported, citing City of Cupertino officials.
Whisenhunt will be replaced by Kristina Raspe, Apple’s senior director of real estate and development, according to David Brandt, Cupertino’s city manager.
“We have a good working relationship with the real estate team at Apple, and we continue to look forward to their cooperation in working with us on their projects as needed,” said Piu Ghosh, a principal planner with the City of Cupertino.
Raspe joined Apple in 2013. She previously worked for the University of Southern California where she oversaw off-campus development as well as preparatory work on campus construction projects as a vice president of real estate development and asset management, according to her LinkedIn profile, reported by the Chronicle.
Whisenhunt joined Apple in 2007, according to his LinkedIn page, which has not been updated to reflect his retirement.