“The Apple Store at Jordan Creek Town Center in West Des Moines is getting a major makeover,” Patt Johnson reports for USA Today. “Apple is taking over the former Brookstone space to its west, and the Clarks shoe store to the east. The expansion will nearly triple the size of the often crowded store. Brookstone closed in January and Clarks moved to a new space in the mall last week.”
“Apple will be temporarily housed in a space across from the construction in a storefront formerly occupied by New York & Company, which recently closed, said Randy Tennison, general manager of the mall,” Johnson reports. “Construction on the new Apple Store will take about five months, Tennison said. Walls will be torn down between the former stores and new displays, work tables and other features will be added.”
“A building permit issued by West Des Moines listed the value of the construction project at $3 million,” Johnson reports. “The new store will be about 7,160 square feet.”
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