“While it was confirmed several months ago that Apple would open a fourth Manhattan retail store on the Upper West Side, the company appears to be just days away from taking the wraps off the somewhat secretive project,” David Carnoy reports for CNET.
“Located on the northwest corner of Broadway and 67th Street just up from Lincoln Center and The Julliard [sic] School, the new Apple Store, after over a year of construction, was recently embellished with an Apple logo and the words, ‘Opening soon,'” Carnoy reports.
“In dramatic fashion, Apple also has an image of a giant red curtain covering the entire front of the structure, which is made of glass and covered in plastic,” Carnoy reports.
Read more in the full article, which includes a rendering of the finished store’s exterior, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]