“At long last, Apple has landed in Williamsburg,” Steve Cuozzo reports for The New York Post.
“Ending years of speculation, the tech-products powerhouse has signed a long-term lease for a 20,000-square-foot store at 247 Bedford Ave. at the corner of North 3rd Street, brokerage community sources definitively revealed,” Cuozzo reports. “It will be Apple’s long-awaited first Brooklyn location.”
“The two-story brick structure, a few blocks from the Bedford Avenue L station, is getting a whole new look, featuring dramatic, arched windows, to be completed in April 2015,” Cuozzo reports. “The Commercial Observer once wrote that precisely where Apple would make its Brooklyn retail debut ‘has been a commercial real-estate industry parlor game for at least five years’ — and that story ran more than a year ago. One possible location after another buzzed through the rumor mill.”
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