Here are all of the Apple retail store openings, moves, and remodels in 2018

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With few setbacks, Apple is almost continuously expanding and updating its global retail chain, now over 500 locations. Here's the company's evolution in 2018 so far, updated on Dec. 12 with word on an upcoming store in Atlanta.

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Dec. 12

An architect's render of the new design.
An architect's render of the new design.


Apple will be using a multilevel layout for its replacement store in Atlanta's Lenox Square mall, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The current outlet, dating back to 2002, occupies a single floor. Other changes will include a wood-planked roof and a new facade consisting of six floor-to-ceiling glass panels. Sitting on either end will be curved stone walls.

The updated shop should be based between a Zinburger restaurant and the mall's entrance from Peachtree Road. An opening date is uncertain, but past reports have pointed to late 2019.

Nov. 15

Apple Champs-Elysees


Apple previewed Paris' new Champs-Elysees store ahead of its Nov. 18 opening. For more details and photos, check out our news story.

Nov. 12

Lynnwood, Wash.'s Apple Alderwood Mall will finally resume business on Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. local time. The shop has been closed for renovations since Feb. 25, suggesting a major overhaul. Lynnwood is just north of Seattle, and some traffic may have been picked up by Apple University Village, which debuted this summer.

Nov. 9

Apple Champs-Elysees art


Apple's new leading Parisian store, Apple Champs-Elysees, will launch Nov. 18. Since late October the building has had work from 15 artists on its windows, and the company is preparing an assortment of special Today at Apple sessions, including live art, a Music Lab with Songe and Myd, and two concerts.

Nov. 6

The Westchester outlet in White Plains, N.Y. will reopen Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. The shop has been closed since Apr. 2, suggesting major renovations.

Nov. 5

Apple Third Street Promenade


Apple Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, Calif. will reopen on Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. local time. The shop has been closed since Sept. 16 for renovations, and in its new form will include a video wall plus a forum for Today at Apple events.

Oct. 25

Undergoing renovations since April,
Apple Southlake Town Square will resume business on Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. Central time. Exact changes are unclear, but the store will presumably catch up with the company's current retail aesthetics, which including things like oversized video displays. Southlake is a town in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Oct. 24

Apple has updated grand opening news for its ICONSIAM location in Bangkok. The outlet is due to open Nov. 10, and will be the company's first shop in Thailand.

Apple Iconsiam: Der erste Apple Store in Thailand er?ffnet am 10. November am Ufer des Chao Phraya. -- https://t.co/eIqskbgNrk #AppleIconsiam #AppleStore pic.twitter.com/CXIFpmFsf0

-- Storeteller (@storetellee)

Oct. 16

Tokyo's Apple Shibuya will reopen on Oct. 26. The store has been undergoing renovations for 11 months, forcing Apple Omotesando to take in extra traffic. Such a long remodeling is unprecedented, suggesting that Apple intends to wow the public and make it a key Japanese location. The whole country has only nine Apple stores, despite a population of over 127 million.

Oct. 11

Having been closed for four months of renovations, Apple's Covent Garden store in London will finally reopen on Friday, Oct. 26. That's also the official ship date for the iPhone XR.

The extent of Apple's changes is unknown, but as a prominent location the store is likely to get a "forum" space for Today at Apple events in addition to other modern touches like an oversized video wall.

Oct. 4

Apple Carrousel du Louvre


The closure of the Carrousel du Louvre outlet in Paris will take place on Oct. 27, Apple has announced. As revealed last month, it will be replaced by a Champs Elysees location in November. Workers from the Louvre store are being offered jobs elsewhere in the city.

Sept. 25

Image Credit: AppleInsider reader Rob R.
Image Credit: AppleInsider reader Rob R.


Apple Deer Park in Illinois, which is relocating to a former Restoration Hardware in Deer Park Town Center, will throw open its doors this Saturday at 10 a.m. local time. Last-minute construction work is underway.

Sept. 24

The Robina Town Centre shop in Queensland, Australia will reopen Sept. 29 at 9 a.m., having moved to a different location within the same mall. As usual with recent relocations, the store will have an overhauled design including a video wall, and in this case forum seating for Today at Apple events.

Sept. 19

A new shop, Scottsdale Fashion Square, is set to open outside of Phoenix, Ariz. on Sept. 29 at 10 a.m. It will replace the city's aging Biltmore location, which is smaller and lacks Apple's current retail aesthetics.

Opening the same day will be Nashville's renovated Green Hills store. The space closed in February, but the downtime comes with the benefit of a greatly expanded footprint.

Sept. 18

The relocated Apple Eastview in Victor, N.Y. will reopen on Sept. 21, the same day the iPhone XS, XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 will become available. For those launches the shop will open at 8 a.m. instead of its usual 10.

Changes to the shop are uncertain, but it should offer a bigger space and a modernized design. The Eastview outlet first opened in 2005 and went largely unaltered until the relocation effort.

Sept. 10

Apple Champs Elysees


A long-expected Champs Elysees outlet in Paris will open this November, the company told France's LCI. The new flagship will be located at 114, and occupy at least two floors, with the rest of the space being dedicated to offices. Annual rent should be about 14 million euros ($16.2 million), three times what the previous tenant paid.

Design work is being handled by Apple's usual ally Foster + Partners. The store should also be powered entirely by clean energy.

In a tradeoff, the company will be shuttering its Carrousel du Louvre location once its lease expires. Workers there will be offered other jobs in the Paris region, presumably including Champs Elysees.

Sept. 6




Apple is set to open a new outlet in Suzhou, Jiangsu, China. Photos of the store, currently under construction in the iconic Gate to the East building, were posted to a Weibo page dedicated to Apple retail openings.

With an official "coming soon" facade in place, Apple Suzhou should open soon.

Sept. 2

The Third Street Promenade location in Santa Monica, Calif. will close on Sept. 16 for renovations. It's unknown when work will complete, but the shop will at least be out of action for Apple's usual fall iPhone launch.

One compensation is that Santa Monica is a part of the greater Los Angeles area, and the city has numerous Apple stores, including Apple Century City only 15 minutes away.

Aug. 30

The SouthPark store in Charlotte, N.C. is slated to reopen on Sept. 2 at 11 a.m. local time following four months of renovations. The shop dates back to 2004 and in fact relocated to a bigger space in 2013.

Sept. 2 will also signal the beginning of planned renovations at Waterside Shops in Naples, Fla.

Aug. 23

Apple Kyoto


Opening Aug. 25, Apple Kyoto will be the company's first outlet in Japan's former imperial capital. Located on Shijo Dori, which has served as Kyoto's shopping mecca since the 1600s, the thoroughly modern retail store features design elements inspired by local materials, architecture and tradition.

The upper levels of the space are covered in a "translucent envelope" inspired by Japanese toro lanterns, while the upper facade uses lightweight timber and special paper that references Japan's traditional houses, Apple says. Indeed, a picture of what appears to be an upper level of the store shows a wall design that resembles a shoji door's wood-and-paper paneling.

Inside, a sales floor is split between multiple levels, each of which opens to a central atrium where Apple plans to host Today at Apple sessions. Boasting an "Apple Store 2.0" aesthetic, the interior layout is open with ample room for Apple's custom-built demonstration tables, accessory shelves and, on ground level, a 6K video wall.

Apple Kyoto

Aug. 14

Two U.S. shops will be reopening in bigger spaces on Aug. 18. These include Apple Orland Square Mall in Orland Park, Ill., and Apple Irvine Spectrum Center in Irvine, Calif. Both date back over a decade, and until relocation efforts the Orland Square Mall store was notoriously small, with aisles easily choked by traffic.

Aug. 13

Apple Kyoto


Apple's new store in Kyoto, Japan will launch at 10 a.m. local time on Aug. 25. The shop will be open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day of the week, operating out of the Kyoto Zero Gate building.

The company has eight other stores in the country, but until now has never had one in Kyoto.

Aug. 6

Apple Waterside Shops, located in the Florida town of Naples near Fort Myers, is scheduled to shutter temporarily starting Sept. 2 while renovations are in progress. It's unknown when work will be finished.

The store dates back to March 2007, and needs a number of changes to bring it in line with Apple's current design aesthetics. These include adding a forum space and an oversized video wall.

Aug. 2

An official mockup of Apple's renovation plans.
An official mockup of Apple's renovation plans.


Apple has revealed more about its plans for Tower Theatre in Los Angeles. The company's senior director of retail design, B.J. Siegel, told the Los Angeles Times it will be "in the upper echelon" of the company's stores, different from anything else in the city, retaining some of its theatrical design touches and hosting events meant to draw hundreds of people. The place where the theater's movie screen used to be will play home to a video wall.

The shop should become a "mecca" for talks by experts in movies, TV, and music, Siegel added, taking advantage of Los Angeles' role as an epicenter of mainstream commercialized culture.

July 18

Tower Theatre


By way of city work permits, Apple has confirmed plans to restore and convert the well-known -- but long abandoned -- Tower Theatre in downtown Los Angeles, according to Curbed. The structure was originally built in 1927 and was the first L.A. theater to be wired for sound, but is now known only as a landmark thanks to its period architectural details.

Apple is set to replace the gallery mezzanine, as well as retrofit the building to better withstand earthquakes. It's unknown when Apple might be ready to open a store.

July 17

Apple's relocated Walnut Creek, Calif. store will open on July 28 at 10 a.m local time. The new shop is based in Broadway Plaza, at the location of a former California Pizza Kitchen. Architecturally it should resemble the likes of Apple's Michigan Avenue, with a flat roof and glass walls that blend the store with its surroundings.

July 14

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Apple Piazza Liberty in Milan will officially throw open its doors on July 26, retail head Angela Ahrendts told Io Donna. The shop will be open 24 hours a day, the same as the Apple Fifth Avenue location in New York City.

July 4

One of Apple's renderings of the proposed Stockholm location.
One of Apple's renderings of the proposed Stockholm location.


Through Sept. 12, the Swedish public has been given a chance to see and comment on Apple's draft proposal for a shop bordering Stockholm's Kungstradgarden. Also looking at the proposal are 24 regional organizations, and a consultation meeting is set for Aug. 23.

The shop's look would take after Apple's more recent buildings, such as its Michigan Avenue store in Chicago, or the Visitor Center in Cupertino. This includes a low, flat roof, curved glass, and wood planking for the ceiling.

Another Apple render


Apple has been working towards the Kungstradgarden shop since early 2016, but has encountered resistance from some members of the public concerned about commercializing a historic location, even if Apple's store would simply be replacing a TGI Fridays. The company's architects did tone down the original design, which could help it blend into surroundings.

June 28

Apple Cotai Central in Macau, opening June 29, has been revealed has having a millimeter-thick stone "curtain," as well as a bamboo grove.

June 27

Tower Theater


A DTLA Rising report resuscitated rumors that Apple may take over Los Angeles' famous Tower Theater. Tenants in exterior stalls have been told to vacate by the end of June, and one source claims that Apple is hoping to "encase the entire Tower Theater in a glass cube," though more likely is a restoration given the Tower Theater's historical significance.

June 26

Apple has confirmed that its updated University Village store in Seattle will open at 9:30 a.m. local time on June 30. Replacing the old outlet, the new one has more interior space including a Forum and video wall for hosting Today at Apple events. The space also focuses on the use of natural light, through both the facade and a skylight.



The company's renovated Palo Alto, Calif. location on University Avenue is set to reopen on the same day at 10 a.m. Pacific time.

June 25

Apple Piazza Liberty


Apple's upcoming flagship in Milan, Italy should open in late July, possibly as soon as July 18 according to Corriere della Sera, though the company doesn't typically open stores midweek. The shop was allegedly going to open in December 2017, then this February, but was delayed by the discovery of asbestos in walls and pipes.

June 13

Apple's first Israeli store could potentially open in Tel Aviv's Azrieli Sarona Tower. At the moment, though, the Azrieli Mall Group is in "preliminary negotiations," according to Globes. Another publication, Yediot Achronot, indicated that talks have been in progress for "several" months.

June 12

The company confirmed that its second store in Macau, Apple Cotai Central, will throw open its doors on June 29. Its name stems from the nearby Sands Cotai Central casino resort.

June 11

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Two of Apple's bigger stores -- Covent Garden in London, and Wangfujing in Beijing -- were announced as closing for renovations later in the month.

May 31

Apple Natick Collection in Natick, Mass. has shuttered for renovations. It's not known when the store will reopen.

May 25

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In a rare announcement, Apple said it would permanently shutter its Pier store in Atlantic City, N.J. without opening a replacement. 52 people were affected, forced to either find new jobs with Apple or a different employer.

May 13

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The last dedicated Apple Watch pop-up outlet, located in Tokyo's Shinjuku ward, finally reached an end.

May 4

Apple's first flagship-level store for Latin America is reportedly under construction at Antara Fashion Hall in Ciudad de Mexico's (CDMX) upscale Polanco district. It should be a single-story structure, but have the trappings of any flagship, such as a boardroom for business clients.

Apr. 29

The company's Lehigh Valley Mall in Whitehall, Pa. was revealed to be relocating to a bigger space in September.

Apr. 26

Apple was sued for $15,000 over injuries caused during an "active shooter" drill at the Florida Mall Apple Store.

Apr. 12

The crush of battery replacement demands forced Apple to stretch its workforce to cope.

Apr. 7

Apple Shinjuku opened in the Japanese capital of Tokyo, not far from Shinjuku Station.

Apr. 2

Apple's Westchester mall store in White Plains, N.Y. closed for renovations.

March 24

Apple's Bluewater outlet in the U.K. reopened after nine months of renovations.

March 20

The landlord behind Apple's flagship Michigan Avenue store in Chicago put the space up for sale, though Apple itself is liable to stay put.

March 6

A New Orleans police officer was accused of stealing AirPods from Apple Lakeside Shopping Center -- while still in uniform.

Feb. 24

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Apple's first Austrian store opened on Vienna's Kaerntner Strasse.

Feb. 5

Apple Southlake Town Square in Dallas-Fort Worth was announced as closing for renovations on March 4. It was later revealed that changes would include an expansion and various external improvements.

Feb 2

Two Apple workers were hospitalized after a battery rupture at a shop in Hong Kong.

Jan. 29

Plans were made to close its stores in Green Hills, Nashville and Alderwood Mall in Lynnwood for renovations.

Jan. 27

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Apple opened its first South Korean store in Seoul.

Jan. 19

Apple began hunting down a workforce for its Carnegie Library store in Washington, D.C.

Jan. 11

The company's discounted battery replacement program -- started in the wake of Apple admitting it was throttling iPhones -- caused a rush on supplies, particularly for the iPhone 6 Plus.

Jan. 10

Yet another iPhone battery fire, this time at the Calle Colon store in Valencia, Spain.

Jan. 9

An iPhone battery fire forced the evacuation of a store in Zurich, Switzerland.

Jan. 4

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Apple sued the activist organization Attac for staging protests at its French stores, claiming the group "put the security of our customers and employees at risk." Attac has accused Apple of exploiting tax loopholes at the expense of the public, depriving social services of billions in funding.

Rumors meanwhile emerged of a new store in Toronto, Canada at the corner of Yonge and Bloor, not far from Queen's Park and the Royal Ontario Museum.

Jan. 3

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An embarassment for the company's high-profile Michigan Avenue store in Chicago was the need to rope off the surrounding area to cope with falling ice and snow. While some initially blamed poor architecture, failing to account for Chicago winters, Apple insisted that the problem was a result of glitches in the rooftop heating system.
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  • Reply 1 of 43
    Impressive. Bucking a trend against brick and mortar.

    I guess it helps having the best devices for sale in the history of mankind! :)
    stanthemanradarthekatchia
  • Reply 2 of 43
    bkkcanuckbkkcanuck Posts: 850member
    I am waiting on their Bangkok store - have no idea when it will open - but I have seen them advertising for staff.
  • Reply 3 of 43
    bkkcanuckbkkcanuck Posts: 850member
    Impressive. Bucking a trend against brick and mortar.

    I guess it helps having the best devices for sale in the history of mankind! :)
    I just wish it were true that they have the best devices - they might have been good in their day - but they are getting really really long in the tooth (for most of the mac line).
    muthuk_vanalingamtadd
  • Reply 4 of 43
    irelandireland Posts: 17,473member

    Bluewater. Brighter, more modern, light and airy design. Crying out for a green wall though. Entire back wall, indoor vertical garden (everywhere where display isn’t) would be awesome natural relief.
    edited June 19
  • Reply 5 of 43
    Atomic77Atomic77 Posts: 62member
    It would be cool if there was on in West Bend, Wi. We have a lot of empty buildings where several stores have left us.
  • Reply 6 of 43
    FolioFolio Posts: 396member
    Anyone know any ownership stats regarding this real estate? 500 stores, often in key areas of cities. Does Apple own any of these properties (and possess appreciable investments) or is it chiefly/entirely a renter of retail space? I know for instance the real estate plays a big part in enterprise value of companies like Macy's and McDonalds. But never heard it mentioned as a factor with Apple.
  • Reply 7 of 43
    Rayz2016Rayz2016 Posts: 4,458member
    ireland said:

    Bluewater. Brighter, more modern, light and airy design. Crying out for a green wall though. Entire back wall, indoor vertical garden (everywhere where display isn’t) would be awesome natural relief.
    That’s not a shop, that’s an art installation. 
  • Reply 8 of 43
    kenaustuskenaustus Posts: 887member
    There are probably a lot of US stores that need expanding or upgrading.  Little old Tulsa is one - the store is very small and packed most of the time while the MS store is twice the size and generally empty of customers (a normal situation in OKC as well).  One potential for easing crowding, or lack of a store while under renovation, is to look at suitable "second store" sites for temporary use.  We have an empty Macy's 5 miles from the Apple Store, and even half of an empty Mervins in the same shopping center.  Both would work, as well as some strip sites across the street.

    Apple could also benefit from using these outlets as temporary sites for Holiday Trading.  Getting to the Woodland Hills  during the holiday season is a huge pain - one to be avoided.  The empty Macy and Mervin stores are in an excellent location for a temp store and are far easier to get to.  Apple could use this store as a location for picking up orders up to a full temporary store.  A lot of internet shoppers have been burned by the Porch Pirates and would want to avoid that with an expensive Apple product.  They also want a semi-easy way to pick up their product.  Pick Up stores with close parking would be a major help.

    That temp store also covers Apple during closing for renovations.  There is a lot of inexpensive retail space that could meet Apple's needs and I would love to see them used.
  • Reply 9 of 43
    marktrekmarktrek Posts: 68member
    Apple does use temporary stores if they need to and there is space available.  But sometimes the same reason why a store needs to be expanded is the reason why there isn't an open space in the shopping center.  This is why a lot of the upgrades have been to different locations.  They can keep the old location until the new one is ready.  Lone Tree, CO moved two doors down.  (Tesla has the old space now.). While Alpharetta, moved to a different shopping center.  Peabody, MA moved far enough that it is the only Apple store that had to change the name of the city it was located.  But in all cases, no temporary store.

    This is my favorite subject as I have been to 186 stores, including Simi Valley and the soon to close Atlantic City.
    radarthekatpte apple
  • Reply 10 of 43
    Rayz2016Rayz2016 Posts: 4,458member
    I remember a fella who travelled around all the Apple stores and wrote about them on his websites. 

    He died a few years back, which was a great loss. I enjoyed his enthusiasm and his occasional scoop. He reported on Browett going into an Apple store and demanding that the staff bring everything out of the storeroom and stack it floor to ceiling. He argued that this was how tech retail was supposed work; this is how it worked at PC World. The store manager said, ‘this isn't PC World.’

    I think Browett was fired about a fortnight later. 
    MagentaPaladin
  • Reply 11 of 43
    Rayz2016Rayz2016 Posts: 4,458member
    Impressive. Bucking a trend against brick and mortar.

    I guess it helps having the best devices for sale in the history of mankind! :)
    I think not, sir!

    THIS is the best device for sale in the history of mankind. 


  • Reply 12 of 43
    Rayz2016Rayz2016 Posts: 4,458member
    ⬆️ ⬆️ ⬆️

    It’s a banana guard. 




    palomine
  • Reply 13 of 43
    maccadmaccad Posts: 72member
    How about the new Apple store in University Village in Seattle that opened June 30? It replaced the old 2003 store right behind it. iJustine did YouTube videos of them escorting the last cutomer out of the old store the night before and the opening of the new store the next morning. It's directly across from a Microsoft store.
    bb-15pte apple
  • Reply 14 of 43
    adam594adam594 Posts: 4member
    AppleInsider: 

    You forgot to mention the Burlingame Ave store in Burlingame, CA which was closed for months for renovations. 
  • Reply 15 of 43
    payecopayeco Posts: 205member
    Rayz2016 said:
    I remember a fella who travelled around all the Apple stores and wrote about them on his websites. 

    He died a few years back, which was a great loss. I enjoyed his enthusiasm and his occasional scoop. He reported on Browett going into an Apple store and demanding that the staff bring everything out of the storeroom and stack it floor to ceiling. He argued that this was how tech retail was supposed work; this is how it worked at PC World. The store manager said, ‘this isn't PC World.’

    I think Browett was fired about a fortnight later. 
    Wow, I almost forgot about that guy. That hire by Tim and that guys subsequent actions really made me question the future of Apple back then. That guy was clearly so wrong, it made me wonder how it could have happened. 

    He got it right by firing him 6 months later. I guess that was his “John Scully moment”.
    edited July 5
  • Reply 16 of 43
    lkrupplkrupp Posts: 6,526member
    Apple does appear to have a magic sauce. I remember back a decade ago when lots of consumer electronics companies had their own stores. In the Galleria mall in St. Louis there was a Bose store, a Bang & Olufson store, a Brookstone, a Radio Shack. All have since closed and like another post mentioned the Microsoft store is often void of people. Samsung has a very few stores... I guess.

    Every single pundit, analyst, and retail “expert” scoffed at Apple opening its own stores. They literally laughed themselves into convulsions. So what do Apple stores have that others don’t? What makes them different? 
    chia
  • Reply 17 of 43
    flydogflydog Posts: 110member
    How could this be "all of the Apple retail store openings, moves, and remodels in 2018" if it only runs through July?
  • Reply 18 of 43
    Mike WuertheleMike Wuerthele Posts: 3,719administrator
    flydog said:
    How could this be "all of the Apple retail store openings, moves, and remodels in 2018" if it only runs through July?
    The answer to your question seems obvious.
  • Reply 19 of 43
    Rayz2016Rayz2016 Posts: 4,458member
    payeco said:
    Rayz2016 said:
    I remember a fella who travelled around all the Apple stores and wrote about them on his websites. 

    He died a few years back, which was a great loss. I enjoyed his enthusiasm and his occasional scoop. He reported on Browett going into an Apple store and demanding that the staff bring everything out of the storeroom and stack it floor to ceiling. He argued that this was how tech retail was supposed work; this is how it worked at PC World. The store manager said, ‘this isn't PC World.’

    I think Browett was fired about a fortnight later. 
    Wow, I almost forgot about that guy. That hire by Tim and that guys subsequent actions really made me question the future of Apple back then. That guy was clearly so wrong, it made me wonder how it could have happened. 

    He got it right by firing him 6 months later. I guess that was his “John Scully moment”.
    Yes, I was all up for giving Browett a chance. He’d turned PCWorld around and I thought there was no reason he couldn’t adapt to Apple’s way of doing things. He knew tech after all, and I reckoned that was the most important thing. 

    How wrong I was. 

    The most important thing was understanding the customer. Ahrendts understands the type of people who make up Apple’s core demographic, even if she didn’t understand consumer gadgetry as well as Browett. 

    The important thing about Cook is that he learned quickly. He understands folk who are genuinely useful, and folk, like Browett,  who are all about building little kingdoms … which is why Forstall was shown the door. 
    chia
  • Reply 20 of 43
    The new Apple Store in Sweden makes me sad, I think the original design was better: http://feber.se/mac/art/344047/hr_r_apples_frslag_p_nya_apple/
    In Stockholm there is something called Skönhetsrådet (the beauty council) that has a veto for new constructions. Basicaly everytime someone wants to build a tall building they destroy the plans. They don't want anything to be in the park, but currently they seem to be overruled since Apple got to buy the place, which might have been a mistake.
    I understand it correctly people have been angry that this will be a permanent building. The TGI Friday that currently is as the same position was only renting the place, and the building was owned by the town. I wish they could build one of those underground-stores. Everyone would have been happy, and Apple would have gotten a great flagship store.
    philboogie
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