Apple’s World Trade Center store opens August 16


Another Apple Store will open its doors this month.
Photo: Apple

Apple has confirmed that its new World Trade Center retail store will open on Tuesday, August 16. The new location at 185 Greenwich Street in lower Manhattan will become Apple’s tenth store in New York City.

“We’ve got something special in store for you,” reads Apple’s teaser image for the new store, which sits on the lower level of the Oculus Transportation Hub and will first open its doors at 12 p.m. ET.

Apple reportedly opened talks for this store back in late 2013, but it didn’t start work on it until earlier this year. The store is in a prime location following the recent revitalization of the surrounding area following the One World Trade Center.

Details for the store, including its normal opening hours, can already be found on Apple’s website, but there are no official images of it just yet. You’ll have to wait a little longer to book Genius Bar appointments, too.


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