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An Apple Store Is Really and Truly Coming to Bedford Avenue

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The Fifth Avenue store. Photo: Brian Harkin
The Fifth Avenue store. Photo: Brian Harkin

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It's official: Apple is landing in Brooklyn. The New York Post reports that several sources are confirming a 20,000-square-foot store headed to 247 Bedford Avenue—the former home of King's Pharmacy that was previously rumored as a potential location this summer (real estate representatives denied this at the time). There's no word on when it plans to open, but extensive renovations on the site should be completed in April 2015.

The future 247 Bedford Avenue. Rendering: Brownstoner via The Real Deal

It's joining a slew of other big chains on that stretch of the avenue, like the forthcoming, souped-up Whole Foods and the just-landed J. Crew/Madewell one-two punch.

· Apple Goes iHipster With New Williamsburg Store [NYP]
· Where Will That Williamsburg Apple Store Finally End Up? [Racked NY]
· Is Apple Spreading Its Seed on the Upper East Side? [Racked NY]


247 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, NY