Apple Looking To Open 7th Store In New York City [Report]

Apple Looking To Open 7th Store In New York City [Report]

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Apple is looking to open a 7th retail store in the bustling metropolis of New York City, according to NY Daily News. The new store would be on Austin Street in Forest Hills. There are already 5 stores in Manhattan and one in Staten Island.

The real estate company that’s currently in talks with Apple has said that the new store could open in less than a year. Such a location would provide customers access to Apple retail without having to visit Manhattan or the Long Island area.

Apple opened a massive store in the historic Grand Central Terminal last month. New York City is also home to another flagship Apple store on Fifth Avenue. Apple has Manhattan stores on West 14th Street, Broadway, and a temporary location in SoHo. Queens looks like the next area for Apple to make its presence known in the Big Apple.

(via The Next Web)

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  • Rudo Petráš

    Please make corection in article above. “Such a location would provide customers access to Apple retail without having to visit Manhattan or the Long Island area.” ??

  • coconut1323

    It will be so nice… An Apple store in Queens area.. cute

  • xiaozi

    7 stores in New York but only 5 stores in 2 cities in all of China and people are wondering why eggs get thrown?  Dudes, time to re-think the retail channel.

  • Al

    I believe some time ago Apple said they wished to open 50 stores in mainland China. Actually, it may have been higher that that. Although it does seem to be taking some time…

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