“More than 12 years after Apple’s Sr. VP Retail declared the Champs-Élysées (Paris) as the place to be for any retailer, the company is finalizing a lease for a store in another area of the city—the Left Bank,” Gary Allen reports for ifoAppleStore.
“According to a Le Parisien story posted today and confirmed by other sources, Apple has reached agreement on store construction terms, and is completing lease negotiations for space inside the Marché Saint-Germain mall,” Allen reports. “The location is just a 15-minute walk from Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre Museum and other major tourist sites.”
Allen reports, “The building is managed by the Belgian-based company Banimmo and covers an entire city block.”
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