Behind the neon lights, casinos and grand hotels of the Las Vegas (Nev.) Strip, there are communities of people who want to buy Apple products and need service. And there are mall developers in the area who believe they have the perfect property to host an Apple retail store, and who may be willing to relocate existing tenants to create the 5,000 square-feet of needed space. According to Racked.com Web site, one of those developers is The District at Green Valley Mall, along I-215 in Henderson (Nev.), about nine miles south of The Strip. According to Racked, a local restaurant owner has proposed a weekly farmers’ market at the mall, and submitted a permit application to the city. Among the supporting documents for the parking lot market was a lease plan for the mall showing “Apple – proposed” on a large space. The wording suggests that no lease has been signed, and perhaps that negotiations are not even in-progress. But if the proposal works out, it would be the fourth store in the metro Las Vegas area—two stores are within walking distance of the city’s 39 million annual tourists, and the third is a mile south to serve permanent residents. This potential store would be eight miles further away, providing an even larger local Apple presence. No timeline is known for project or for when the store might open.
Vegas Could Be A Lucky Lady–4th Apple Store
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