Apple’s Fifth Avenue ‘Glass Cube’ retail store grand opening on May 6 in New York City

“Apple has revealed the actual grand opening date for the Fifth Avenue (NYC) retail store,” according to a report from ifoAppleStore. The Grand opening of the new flagship store, which will be open 24/7, is Saturday, May 6th at 10am EDT. Apple does not have the store or the reported grand opening on their retail store web pages currently.

The store, which will reportedly be 25,000 square feet, is located in the underground retail plaza of the General Motors Building on Fifth Avenue and is Apple’s first to be open 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

Photos of Apple’s glass cube under construction here and here.

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17 Comments

  1. 24/7 could be helpful for those NY design firms pulling an all-nighter that suddenly need extra hardware or accessories. Not everyone keeps spares and back-ups (as they should).

    This should be a boon for business. Very classy.

    O/T: Isn’t saying “I’m speechless” a self-referential contradiction?

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