“Electronics giant Apple is on the verge of opening a store in Belfast,” James Stinson reports for The Irish News.
“The company and Victoria Square, where the new store will be based, are keeping the news and the new store very much under wraps,” Stinson reports.
More in the full article (subscription required) here.
ifoAppleStore reports, “The interior of the store is nearing completion, and behind a construction barricade the all-glass façade has been erected. The store occupies space U5, on the upper ground-floor of the complex in the Northern Ireland capital of half a million residents. The store will be the first in Northern Ireland, and will open before the holidays, 2008.”
Full article, with photos of the store under construction, here.
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