Building permits signal Apple Store SoHo set for 5,000 square-foot expansion

“As New York City’s smallest Apple store, the [16,000 square-foot] SoHo location may finally be scheduled for an expansion into an adjacent space, according to a tipster,” ifoAppleStore reports.

“Building permits were issued earlier this month for certain demolition work in the basement of the store at 103 Prince Street, and core samples are being drilled out of the ground in front of the store,” ifoAppleStore reports. “But that work may only be preparatory, the source says.”

ifoAppleStore reports, “Now Apple’s name has appeared on the lease for 124 Greene Street, the space on the side street behind the SoHo store, which the U.S. Postal Service occupied after giving up the main building to Apple in 2001. The small post office on Greene Street closed in late 2009, providing the opportunity for Apple to now pick up about another 5,000 square-feet of space… The other three New York City stores occupy at least 20,000 square-feet.”

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