Rare Store Relocation Scheduled for Ohio Store

June 7, 2013

Persistent rumors of the Legacy Village (Ohio) Apple retail store moving away have now been confirmed with the sighting of construction work behind a fence at the Eton Chagrin Boulevard mall, about four miles away. Besides gaining a new location, the store will nearly double in size, insiders say. The current store opened in October 2003 in a 30-foot wide space west of Cleveland. Many of the stores that opened in that era have already been expanded by knocking out walls or moving to a new space. In this case, it’s likely that, for various reasons, Legacy Village could not produce an empty, larger space for Apple. With no prospect of a larger space, and the expiration of the store’s initial 10-year lease, Apple decided to move. Most recently, Apple moved The Gateway (Utah) store operation to a mall nearby, creating the new City Creek store.

The current Legacy Village store (blue pushpin) will move to the Eton Chagrin Boulevard store (red pushpin).


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