Apple to open 4th NYC retail store on Upper West Side

“An Apple per neighborhood appears to be just what the doctor’s ordered,” Lois Weiss reports for The New York Post.

“We’ve learned that an iconic corner on the Upper West Side will be attacked by Macs, iPods and iPhones,” Weiss reports.

“The location on the northwest corner of West 67th Street hosts the current Victoria’s Secret store at 1981 Broadway, which Apple is planning to tear down and entirely rebuild,” Weiss reports.

“Since the computer maker loves glass, rectangles and cubes, it could be that the 8,500 foot, slightly irregular plot will end up supporting a classy glassy structure smaller than the current 23,997 feet on three levels,” Weiss reports.

Full article here.

[UPDATE: 12:12pm EDT: Changed to updated, more comprehensive article from the same writer and source.]

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Citymark” for the heads up.]


  1. What about Berlin ….. or Paris ….. or Madrid ….. or Rome ….. or Amsterdam …. or Brussels …. or Warsaw, ….. Oslo ….. Stockholm …. ???
    There’s not a single Apple Store on the European continent, but a whole lot in the U.K.

    I don’t understand it, and I’m a Brit.

  2. Yeah, I agree with Gavron on this one. Even here in Raleigh NC, I have two Apple stores within 20 minutes or less. No doubt Apple knows what they’re doing, but I wish they would go ahead and take a bigger retail step in the rest of the world. I know a lot of New Yorkers tend to think they’re at the center of the universe, but most of the time, almost all of the people in the world don’t care what’s going on in New York City. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” />

  3. “East Buttfsck, Idaho is my guess”

    Butt, you’re forgetting that West Buttfsck, Idaho has a museum with a potato that looks like Richard Nixon and the processed cheese exhibit is second to none. The gift shop is open from 9 am to 4 pm every day butt Sunday. Oh yeah, and someone that owned a Performa flew over Idaho once. I am NOT kidding.

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