“Apple is negotiating with real-estate giant Bet Yair for a 5,000-square-meter facility at the entrance to Jerusalem,” Melanie Lidman reports for The Jerusalem Post, citing “people familiar with the matter.”
Lidman reports, “The directors of Apple in Israel recently toured the site and reportedly said they wanted to bring the country’s largest Apple store to Jerusalem for symbolic reasons. According to city planners, the area at the western entrance to the city will become the hi-tech economic center of Jerusalem due to the high-speed Jerusalem-Tel Aviv train and the light rail, both of which have stops there.”
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[Attribution: Cult of Mac. Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Lynn W.” and “Lava_Head_UK” for the heads up.]