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Apple Finalizing the Deal to Open a Store in World Trade Center Shopping Mall

Apple is reportedly leasing a store in Manhattan’s World Trade Center

Sep 15 2013, 11:40am CDT | by

Apple Finalizing the Deal to Open a Store in World Trade Center Shopping Mall
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Technology Tell reports that Apple is finalizing the process of opening a store in the planned World Trade Center shopping mall with a view to expanding the brand even more in the New York City.

Apart from Apple, Victoria’s Secret, J. Lindberg, Theory, Tory Burch and other several reputed companies are reported to finalize the deal.

Apple’s store in World Trade Center shopping mall will be its fifth retail store in Manhattan. It has been reported that the Apple Store has been predicted at this place for about two years. The company is expecting a heavy traffic of customers as the World Trade Center is considered to be a major hub for transportation, having PATH trains going through it, accompanied with many commuters as well.

It is expected that the mall will open in 2015 with full facilities. Apple’s store is also expected to be opened at the same time.  

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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