Apple Store New York City Meatpacking District construction (with link to photos)

Apple Store“Workers were busy when Peter walked by the site of the future Apple store in the Meatpacking District of New York City on a Saturday. The building at 401 W. 14th St. is at the corner of 9th Avenue and Hudson Street, with a wide view from any part of the very large intersection. The photos show the scaffolding and state of the interior construction,” ifoAppleStore reports.

ifoAppleStore reports, “Apple has leased space in the basement, ground and second level of the building. Besides upgrading and renovating the building before Apple puts on its finishing retail store touches, the building owner plans to add a penthouse to the building. Apple is expected to occupy the entire ground-floor width of the building along 9th Avenue, but not the entire 14th Street width of the building. Apple will occupy the entire second floor of the building.”

Full article with photos here.

21 Comments

  1. “where’s the beef?”

    iMac, Mac mini, 8-core Mac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro, iPod, iPhone, OSX, Final Cut, Aperture, iTunes, iTunes Store, GarageBand, iPhoto, iMovie, Keynote, iTV, Xserve. . .

    tmsruge was right, Mac packing district.

  2. “If its smart (Apple) will call the iPhone a ‘reference design’ and pass it to some suckers to build with someone else’s marketing budget…” John Faux Dvorak March, 2007

    “..when (Steve Jobs) preannounced Apple TV back in September.. it was a colossal mistake,” Mike Elgan, January, 2007

    “The most common format of music on an iPod is stolen…” Steve Ballmer, October, 2004

    “..if you’re going to take a walk into the Meatpacking district of New York City it’d probably be a good idea to leave the pink zune at home.” anti-creative cretin, May, 2007

  3. “….. In effect, Apple is ignoring Philadelphia….”

    Wonder if its because Steve is pissed at how the Eagles dumped Jeff Garcia ? ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”LOL” style=”border:0;” />

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