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Apple open their New York’s Fifth Avenue store

Apple opens its store at New York's Fifth Avenue

19 May, 2006

Apple Computers open their flagship store on New York’s Fifth Avenue on 19th May 2006. It is estimated to have cost $10 million to build.

The store is known for the iconic 32-foot glass cube that has the Apple logo lit up boldly and hanging in the center. It is one of the most successfully and probably the most photographed retail sites in the world and does not shut shop.

The store is located at the base of the GM building and is open 24/7/365.

767 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10153
(212) 336-1440

Apple had opened its first retail stores on 19th May 2001 in California and Virginia.

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