Apple planning to open first Dutch Apple Store in Amsterdam

Cyber Monday “Apple is planning to open its first Dutch retail store in Amsterdam, a local website claims,” MacNN reports.

“Citing several sources, One More Thing says that Apple has leased the ground floor and mezzanine of the Hirsch Building, found at Leidseplein 29,” MacNN reports. “In August of last year Apple is reported to have leased upper-floor offices for local operations; the ground floor recently went vacant, however, and was filled only by a temporary art exhibit.”

MacNN reports, “The building is said to date back to 1909.”

More info, including interior and exterior photos of the building, in the full article here.

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

22 Comments

  1. Apple is also building a store in the beautiful city of Bologna, Italy. The Medevil city is home to what might be the world’s oldest university, arguably the best food in Italy, and a little automobile maker by the name of Lamborghini. I can only imagine what beautiful store will result.

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