Friday, February 18, 2011

The Grand Central Terminal in New York Apple Store will host the world's largest

 We all know that some of the officers who have Apple stores are truly iconic and big, like the famous glass cube on Fifth Avenue in New York. Samuel had the opportunity to visit right now Apple is the World's Largest Store in Covent Garden, London but it seems that the store will have to give this title to other local plans to build the Cupertino company in Grand Central Terminal New York. 

Cult Of Mac has received information to confirm this independently of rumors we have heard these days about this location for a new Apple Store. Grand Central Terminal is a historic railway station in Manhattan, which serves as a basis for more than 100 stores. Apparently, Apple will not occupy a space to store but are placed directly into the terminal, ensuring a huge movement of people (over 700,000 people pass daily in the season), with the possibility even down some walls for more space.

There is still much time for these works are confirmed, but some pages point to an opening around the autumn months. The aim of the shop is also to lighten the volume of visitors to the store on Fifth Avenue (it is a little over a mile away), which is usually too most days.

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