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Store Number List

September 30, 2013

Apple assigns a unique number to each of its retail stores, in order of when the original store project was initiated. Some stores have taken longer to construct and open, so the numbers (think of them as project ID numbers) don’t correspond to the exact chronological order of the grand openings. For example, the first store to actually open was R010, followed by R001. Store R002 was actually the ninth store to open.

The number is always three digits, and is preceded by the letter “R,” as shown on this list. The code is formally used within Apple to identify stores (usually in computer records), but is also informally used to identify stores (“Hey! I work at R402!”).

Three stores noted below have changed locations to another mall, and have adopted a new name. However, these replacement stores retained the original store’s ID after the move. Several other stores have relocated to close-by mall spaces or street-level locations, and also did not change names or store IDs.

  • R001 – Glendale – Galleria Glendale, CA
  • R002 – Palo Alto – Palo Alto, CA
  • R003 – Bellevue Square, Bellevue, WA
  • R004 – South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa, CA
  • R005 – Nagoya Sakae, Nagoya Sakae, Japan
  • R006 – Lenox Square, Atlanta, GA
  • R007 – Mall of America, Bloomington, MN
  • R008 – Willow Bend, Plano, TX
  • R009 – Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH
  • R010 – Tysons Corner, McLean, VA
  • R011 – Northshore, Peabody, MA
  • R012 – The Falls, Miami, FL
  • R013 – Tice’s Corner, Woodcliff Lake, NJ
  • R014 – Walnut Creek, Walnut Creek, CA
  • R015 – Fashion Island, Newport Beach, CA
  • R016 – Walden Galleria, Buffalo, NY
  • R017 – Crossgates, Albany, NY
  • R018 – Woodfield, Schaumburg, IL
  • R019 – International Plaza, Tampa, FL
  • R020 – Saddle Creek, Germantown, MD
  • R021 – Cambridgeside, Cambridge, MA
  • R022 – Rosedale Center, Roseville, MN
  • R023 – Northridge, Northridge, CA
  • R024 – Wellington Green, Wellington, FL
  • R025 – Westfarms, Farmington, CT
  • R026 – Chandler Fashion Center, Chandler, AZ
  • R027 – Rockingham Park, Salem, NH
  • R028 – Kenwood Towne Centre, Cincinnati, OH
  • R029 – Burlingame, Burlingame, CA
  • R030 – Aspen Grove, Littleton, CO
  • R031 – Biltmore, Phoenix, AZ
  • R032 – SoHo, New York, NY
  • R033 – Stonestown, San Francisco, CA
  • R034 – Pasadena, Pasadena, CA
  • R035 – North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL
  • R036 – Clarendon, Arlington, VA
  • R038 – RomaEst, Roma Lunghezza, Italy
  • R039 – Valley Fair, Santa Clara, CA
  • R040 – Fashion Valley, San Diego, CA
  • R041 – Twelve Oaks, Novi, MI
  • R042 – Knox Street, Dallas, TX
  • R043 – Short Hills, Short Hills, NJ
  • R044 – Santa Rosa Plaza, Santa Rosa, CA
  • R045 – Rosenstraße, München, Germany
  • R046 – Nanuet, Nanuet, NY (formerly Palisades, West Nyack, NY)
  • R047 – Cherry Creek, Denver, CO
  • R048 – Fukuoka Tenjin, Fukuoka Tenjin, Japan
  • R049 – Southpoint, Durham, NC
  • R050 – The Grove, Los Angeles, CA
  • R051 – Third Street Promenade, Santa Monica, CA
  • R052 – The Company Store, Cupertino, CA
  • R053 – Millenia, Orlando, FL
  • R054 – Southdale, Edina, MN
  • R055 – Somerset, Troy, MI
  • R056 – Oakbrook Oak Brook, IL
  • R057 – Bay Street, Emeryville, CA
  • R058 – Houston Galleria, Houston, TX
  • R059 – Mayfair, Wauwatosa, WI
  • R060 – Roosevelt Field, Garden City, NY
  • R061 – The Westchester, White Plains, NY
  • R062 – West County, St. Louis, MO
  • R063 – Towson Town Center, Towson, MD
  • R064 – Fashion Show, Las Vegas, NV
  • R065 – King of Prussia, King of Prussia, PA
  • R066 – Keystone, Indianapolis, IN
  • R067 – Menlo Park, Edison, NJ
  • R068 – Walt Whitman, Huntington Station, NY
  • R069 – Mission Viejo, Mission Viejo, CA
  • R070 – Arden Fair, Sacramento, CA
  • R071 – Corte Madera, Corte Madera, CA
  • R072 – University Village, Seattle, WA
  • R073 – Ala Moana, Honolulu, HI
  • R074 – Boca Raton, Boca Raton, FL
  • R075 – San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
  • R076 – Chestnut Hill, Chestnut Hill, MA
  • R077 – Pioneer Place, Portland, OR
  • R078 – Short Pump Town Center, Richmond, VA
  • R079 – Ginza, Ginza, Japan
  • R080 – North Point, Alpharetta, GA
  • R081 – Eton, Woodmere, OH (formerly Legacy Village, Lyndhurst, OH)
  • R082 – UTC, San Diego, CA
  • R083 – SouthPark, Charlotte, NC
  • R084 – Montgomery Mall, Bethesda, MD
  • R085 – Barton Creek, Austin, TX
  • R086 – La Encantada, Tucson, AZ
  • R087 – Aventura, Aventura, FL
  • R088 – Sagemore, Marlton, NJ
  • R089 – Old Orchard, Skokie, IL
  • R090 – Washington Square, Tigard, OR
  • R091 – Shinsaibashi, Shinsaibashi, Japan
  • R092 – Regent Street, London020, UK
  • R093 – Danbury Fair Mall, Danbury, CT
  • R094 – Victoria Gardens, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
  • R095 – Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
  • R096 – Shadyside, Pittsburgh, PA
  • R097 – Country Club Plaza, Kansas City, MO
  • R099 – Stanford, Palo Alto, CA
  • R100 – Alderwood Mall, Lynnwood, WA
  • R101 – Stoneridge Mall, Pleasanton, CA
  • R102 – Christiana Mall, Newark, DE
  • R103 – Rockaway, Rockaway, NJ
  • R104 – Bridgewater, Bridgewater, NJ
  • R105 – Oakridge, San Jose, CA
  • R106 – Southcenter, Tukwila, WA
  • R107 – Carousel, Syracuse, NY
  • R108 – Century City, Los Angeles, CA
  • R109 – Jordan Creek, West Des Moines, IA
  • R110 – South Shore, Braintree, MA
  • R111 – St. Johns Town Center, Jacksonville, FL
  • R112 – Bethesda Row, Bethesda, MD
  • R113 – Bluewater, Greenhithe, UK
  • R114 – Saint Louis Galleria, Saint Louis, MO
  • R115 – Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL
  • R116 – Crabtree Valley Mall, Raleigh, NC
  • R117 – Garden State Plaza, Paramus, NJ
  • R118 – Bullring, Birmingham, UK
  • R119 – Shibuya, Shibuya, Japan
  • R120 – Yorkdale, Toronto, Canada
  • R121 – Eaton Centre, Toronto, Canada
  • R122 – Manhattan Village, Manhattan Beach, CA
  • R123 – Green Hills, Nashville, TN
  • R124 – Beverly Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • R125 – City Creek Center, Salt Lake City, UT (formerly The Gateway, Salt Lake City, UT)
  • R126 – The Woodlands, The Woodlands, TX
  • R127 – The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
  • R129 – Pentagon City, Arlington, VA
  • R130 – Penn Square, Oklahoma City, OK
  • R131 – La Cantera, San Antonio, TX
  • R132 – Woodland, Grand Rapids, MI
  • R134 – Bridgeport Village, Tigard, OR
  • R135 – Buchanan Street, Glasgow, Scotland
  • R136 – Trafford Centre, Manchester, UK
  • R137 – Derby Street, Hingham, MA
  • R138 – Freehold Raceway Mall, Freehold, NJ
  • R139 – Smith Haven, Lake Grove, NY
  • R140 – Eastview, Victor, NY
  • R141 – Northbrook, Northbrook, IL
  • R142 – Annapolis, Annapolis, MD
  • R143 – Florida Mall, Orlando, FL
  • R144 – NorthPark Center, Dallas, TX
  • R146 – Irvine Spectrum Center, Irvine, CA
  • R147 – South Hills Village, Pittsburgh, PA
  • R148 – Sherman Oaks, Sherman Oaks, CA
  • R149 – Boylston Street, Boston, MA
  • R150 – Sendai Ichibancho, Sendai, Japan
  • R151 – Southlake Town Square, Southlake, TX
  • R152 – Staten Island, Staten Island, NY
  • R153 – Meadowhall, Sheffield, UK
  • R154 – The Oaks, Thousand Oaks, CA
  • R155 – Burlington, Burlington, MA
  • R156 – Brea Mall, Brea, CA
  • R159 – Bahnhofstraße, Zürich, Switzerland
  • R161 – The Forum Shops, Las Vegas, NV
  • R162 – Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
  • R163 – Brent Cross, London, UK
  • R164 – Memorial City, Houston, TX
  • R166 – Suburban Square, Ardmore, PA
  • R167 – Providence Place, Providence, RI
  • R168 – Columbia, Columbia, MD
  • R169 – Waterside Shops, Naples, FL
  • R171 – Simi Valley, Simi Valley, CA
  • R172 – Twenty Ninth Street, Boulder, CO
  • R173 – The Pier, Atlantic City, NJ
  • R174 – WestQuay, Southampton, UK
  • R176 – The Oracle, Reading, UK
  • R177 – ABQ Uptown, Albuquerque, NM
  • R178 – Les Quatre Temps, La Défense, Paris, France
  • R180 – Chadstone, Chadstone, Australia
  • R182 – FlatIron Crossing, Broomfield, CO
  • R183 – Ridgedale, Minnetonka, MN
  • R184 – Perimeter, Atlanta, GA
  • R185 – Coconut Point, Estero, FL
  • R186 – Summit Sierra, Reno, NV
  • R189 – Topanga, Canoga Park, CA
  • R190 – Village Pointe, Omaha, NE
  • R191 – Holyoke, Holyoke, MA
  • R192 – Crocker Park, Westlake, OH
  • R193 – Sapporo, Sapporo, Japan
  • R198 – Royal Hawaiian, Honolulu, HI
  • R199 – Higuera Street, San Luis Obispo, CA
  • R202 – Stamford, Stamford, CT
  • R203 – West Town Mall, Knoxville, TN
  • R204 – Baybrook, Friendswood, TX
  • R205 – First Colony Mall, Sugar Land, TX
  • R206 – Cherry Hill, Cherry Hill, NJ
  • R207 – Carrefour Laval, Laval, Canada
  • R208 – Sherway Gardens, Toronto, Canada
  • R209 – Chinook Centre, Calgary, Canada
  • R210 – Kahala, Honolulu, HI
  • R211 – MacArthur Center, Norfolk, VA
  • R213 – Otay Ranch, Chula Vista, CA
  • R214 – The Galleria, Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • R215 – Manchester Arndale, Manchester, UK
  • R216 – The Domain, Austin, TX
  • R217 – Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA
  • R218 – Partridge Creek, Clinton Township, MI
  • R219 – Town Square, Las Vegas, NV
  • R221 – Fair Oaks, Fairfax, VA
  • R224 – Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan
  • R225 – The Summit, Birmingham, AL
  • R226 – White City, London, UK
  • R227 – Bentall Centre, Kingston upon Thames, UK
  • R228 – Park Meadows, Lone Tree, CO
  • R229 – West Towne, Madison, WI
  • R230 – Briarwood, Ann Arbor, MI
  • R231 – Hillsdale, San Mateo, CA
  • R232 – Natick Collection, Natick, MA
  • R233 – Woodland Hills, Tulsa, OK
  • R234 – Willow Grove, Willow Grove, PA
  • R235 – Lakeside Shopping Center, Metairie, LA
  • R236 – Fashion Fair, Fresno, CA
  • R237 – Orland Square Mall, Orland Park, IL
  • R238 – George Street, Sydney, Australia
  • R239 – Liverpool ONE, Liverpool, UK
  • R240 – Los Gatos, Los Gatos, CA
  • R242 – Lakeside, Grays, UK
  • R244 – Churchill Square, Brighton, UK
  • R245 – Covent Garden, London, UK
  • R247 – Arrowhead, Glendale, WI
  • R248 – Sainte Catherine, Montréal, Canada
  • R250 – West 14th Street, New York, NY
  • R251 – Upper West Side, New York, NY
  • R252 – Cabot Circus, Bristol, UK
  • R253 – Chatswood Chase, Chatswood, Australia
  • R254 – Bondi, Bondi, Australia
  • R255 – Touchwood Centre, Solihull, UK
  • R257 – Bayshore, Glendale, WI
  • R258 – Deer Park, Deer Park, IL
  • R259 – Mall of Georgia, Buford, GA
  • R261 – Ridge Hill, Yonkers NY
  • R262 – Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall, Anchorage, AK
  • R263 – Mall of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, LA
  • R264 – Oxmoor, Louisville, KY
  • R266 – Bridge Street, Huntsville, AL
  • R267 – SanTan Village, Gilbert, AZ
  • R269 – Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes, UK
  • R270 – Grand Arcade, Cambridge, UK
  • R271 – Reston, Reston, VA
  • R272 – Uptown, Minneapolis, MN
  • R273 – West Edmonton, Edmonton, Canada
  • R275 – Rue de Rive, Genève, Switzerland
  • R276 – Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, France
  • R277 – Opéra, Paris, France
  • R278 – Le Gru, Torino, Italay
  • R279 – Princesshay, Exeter, UK
  • R280 – Pacific Centre, Vancouver, Canada
  • R281 – Lehigh Valley, Whitehall, PA
  • R282 – Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich, CT
  • R283 – Leawood, Leawood, KS
  • R284 – Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL
  • R285 – North County, Escondido, CA
  • R286 – The Promenade at Chenal, Little Rock, AR
  • R287 – Georgetown, Washington, DC
  • R288 – Fayette Mall, Lexington, KY
  • R289 – Brandon, Brandon, FL
  • R290 – North Star, San Antonio, TX
  • R291 – Altamonte, Altamonte Springs, FL
  • R292 – Scottsdale Quarter, Scottsdale, AZ
  • R293 – Friendly Center, Greensboro, NC
  • R294 – Carlsbad, Carlsbad, CA
  • R297 – El Paseo Village, Palm Desert, CA
  • R298 – Roseville, Roseville, CA
  • R300 – Los Cerritos, Cerritos, CA
  • R301 – Market Mall, Calgary, Canada
  • R302 – Stonebriar, Frisco, TX
  • R303 – Boise Towne Square, Boise, ID
  • R304 – Park City, Lancaster, PA
  • R305 – Del Monte, Monterey, CA
  • R307 – Maine Mall, South Portland, ME
  • R308 – Highcross, Leicester, UK
  • R309 – Glattzentrum, Zürich, Switzerland
  • R312 – Dadeland, Miami, FL
  • R313 – Victoria Square, Belfast, UK
  • R315 – Vélizy 2, Vélizy-Villacoublay, France
  • R316 – University Park Village, Fort Worth, TX
  • R317 – State Street, Santa Barbara, CA
  • R318 – King Street, Charleston, SC
  • R320 – Sanlitun, Beijing, China
  • R321 – Willowbrook Mall, Houston, TX
  • R322 – Vintage Faire, Modesto, CA
  • R324 – Renaissance at Colony Park, Ridgeland, MS
  • R325 – Willowbrook, Wayne, NJ
  • R327 – Manhasset, Manhasset, NY
  • R328 – Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • R331 – Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany
  • R332 – Rideau, Ottawa, Canada
  • R333 – Fairview, Toronto, Canada
  • R334 – St David’s 2, Cardiff, UK
  • R335 – SouthGate, Bath, UK
  • R338 – The Promenade Shops at Briargate, Colorado Springs, CO
  • R339 – Tacoma Mall, Tacoma, WA
  • R340 – Braehead, Glasgow, UK
  • R341 – Eldon Square, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
  • R342 – Doncaster, Doncaster, Australia
  • R343 – Southland, Cheltenham, Australia
  • R344 – Castle Towers, Castle Hill, Australia
  • R345 – Promenade Temecula, Temecula, CA
  • R346 – Legacy Place, Dedham, MA
  • R348 – Main Place, Naperville, IL
  • R350 – Square One, Mississauga, Canada
  • R351 – Robina, Robina, Australia
  • R352 – Große Bockenheimer Straße, Frankfurt, Germany
  • R353 – Summit Mall, Akron, OH
  • R354 – Pheasant Lane, Nashua, NH
  • R355 – Haywood Mall, Greenville, SC
  • R358 – Kurfürstendamm, Berlin, Germany
  • R359 – Nanjing East, Beijing, China
  • R360 – University Park Mall, Mishawaka, IN
  • R362 – Oakridge Centre, Vancouver, Canada
  • R363 – Union Square, Aberdeen, UK
  • R364 – Augusta, Augusta, GA
  • R365 – Carosello, Milano, Italy
  • R366 – Alstertal, Hamburg, Germany
  • R367 – Odysseum, Montpellier, France
  • R368 – Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona, Spain
  • R369 – Polo Park, Winnipeg, Canada
  • R372 – Trinity Leeds, Trinity Leeds
  • R373 – Part-Dieu, Lyon, France
  • R374 – Parly 2, Le Chesnay, France
  • R376 – Lille, Lille, France
  • R377 – Puerto Venecia, Zaragosa, Spain
  • R381 – Porta di Roma, Rome, Italy
  • R384 – Chermside, Chermside, Australia
  • R385 – Charlestown, Charlestown, Australia
  • R386 – Perth City, Perth, Australia
  • R388 – Xidan Joy City, Beijing, China
  • R389 – Pudong, Shanghai, China
  • R390 – Hong Kong Plaza, Shanghai, China
  • R391 – Chapelfield, Norwich, UK
  • R392 – Fairview Pointe Claire, Montréal, Canada
  • R393 – Cribbs Causeway, Bristol, UK
  • R394 – Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
  • R395 – CAP 3000, Nice, France
  • R396 – Jungfernstieg, Hamburg, Germany
  • R397 – Xanadú, Madrid, Spain
  • R401 – Shanghai iapm, Shanghai, China
  • R402 – Trinity Leeds, Trinity Leeds, UK
  • R403 – CentrO, Oberhausen, Germany
  • R405 – Rundle Place, Adelaide, Australia
  • R406 – La Maquinista, Barcelona, Spain
  • R408 – Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • R409 – Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, China
  • R410 – Stratford City, London, UK
  • R411 – Southgate Centre, Edmonton, Canada
  • R412 – Place Ste-Foy, Québec, Canada
  • R413 – Ross Park, Pittsburgh, PA
  • R414 – 4th Street, Berkeley, CA
  • R415 – Grand Central, New York, NY
  • R417 – Polaris Fashion Place, Columbus, OH
  • R418 – Oriocenter, Bergamo, Italy
  • R419 – Calle Colón, Valencia, Spain
  • R420 – River Park Square, Spokane, WA
  • R421 – Richmond Centre, Richmond, Canada
  • R423 – Metrocentre, Gateshead, UK
  • R424 – Sainte-Catherine, Bordeaux, France
  • R425 – Val d’Europe, Marne-la-Vallé, France
  • R427 – Via Rizzoli, Bologna, Italy
  • R428 – ifc mall, Hong Kong, China
  • R429 – Upper Canada Mall, Newmarket, Canada
  • R430 – Altmarkt-Galerie, Dresden, Germany
  • R431 – City-Galerie, Augsburg, Germany
  • R434 – MTZ, Sulzbach, Germany
  • R435 – Gran Plaza 2, Madrid, Spain
  • R436 – Parquesur, Madrid, Spain
  • R437 – Highland Village, Houston, TX
  • R438 – Carré Sénart, Lieusaint, France
  • R439 – Freie Strasse, Basel, Switzerland
  • R440 – Penrith, Penrith, Australia
  • R441 – Fiordaliso, Milan, Italy
  • R442 – Via Roma, Torino, Italy
  • R446 – New Haven, New Haven, CT
  • R447 – Mapleview Centre, Burlington, Canada
  • R448 – Wangfujing, Beijing, China
  • R449 – I Gigli, Florence, Italy
  • R450 – Puerta del Sol, Madrid, Spain
  • R451 – The Americana at Brand, Glendale, CA
  • R453 – Campania, Caserta, Italy
  • R454 – Centro Sicilia, Catania, Italy
  • R455 – Hannover, Hanover, Germany
  • R456 – Village Mall, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • R458 – Hornsby, Hornsby, Australia
  • R460 – Metrotown, Burnaby, Canada
  • R461 – Fashion Place, Murray, UT
  • R462 – Valencia Town Center, Valencia, CA
  • R463 – Northlake Mall, Charlotte, NC
  • R464 – Conestoga, Waterloo, Canada
  • R466 – Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia
  • R468 – La Cañada, Marbella, Spain
  • R469 – Confluence, Lyon, France
  • R470 – Atlantis, Saint-Herblain, France
  • R471 – West Lake, Chongqing, China
  • R476 – Paradise Walk Chongqing, Chongqing, China
  • R477 – Aix-en-Provence, Aix-en-Provence, France
  • R479 – China Central Mall, Beijing, China
  • R482 – Festival Place, Basingstoke, UK
  • R483 – Canberra Centre, Canberra, Australia
  • R484 – Holiday Plaza Shenzhen – Shenzhen, China
  • R485 – Festival Walk, Hong Kong
  • R488 – Coquitlam Centre, Coquitlam, Canada
  • R490 – Bayshore Shopping Centre, Ottawa, Canada
  • R492 – Cielo Vista Mall, El Paso, TX
  • R496 – The Glades, Bromley, UK
  • R502 – MixC Chengdu, Chengdu, China
  • R503 – Emporia, Malmö, Sweden
  • R504 – Highpoint, Maribyrnong, Australia
  • R505 – Täby Centrum, Täby, Sweden
  • R507 – Nueva Condomina, Murcia, Spain
  • R508 – Garden City, Booragoon, Australia
  • R509 – Westfield Carindale, Carinsale, Australia
  • R512 – DIX30, Québec, Canada
  • R513 – CoolSprings, Franklin, TN
  • R514 – Halifax Shopping Centre, Halifax, Canada
  • R515 – Markville Shopping Centre, Markham, Canada
  • R518 – The Greene, Beavercreek, OH
  • R519 – Sindelfingen, Sindelfingen, Germany
  • R520 – Rhein Center, Cologne, Germany
  • R521 – OEZ, Munich, Germany
  • R522 – La Toison d’Or, Dijon, France
  • R523 – Broadway, Sydney, Australia
  • R527 – The Harlequin, Watford, UK
  • R530 – Fountain Gate, Fountain Gate, Australia
  • R536 – Rosny 2, Rosny-Sous-Bois, France
  • R538 – Rio Shopping, Valladolid, Spain
  • R539 – Haarlem, Haarlem, The Netherlands
  • R540 – Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands
  • R545 – Drake Circus, Plymouth, UK
  • R547 – Il Leone, Lonato, Italy
  • R549 – Quaker Bridge, Lawrenceville, NJ
  • R550 – Valley Plaza, Bakersfield, CA
  • R562 – Euroma2, Rome, Italy
  • R564 – Le Befane, Rimini, Italy
  • R567 – Village Mall, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • R572 – MixC Zhenghou, Zhenghou, China
  • R574 – Center 66 Wuxi, Wuxi, China
  • R583 – Zorlu Center, Istanbul, Turkey
  • R591 – Cumberland Mall, Cumberland, GA
  • R593 – Väla Centrum, Helsingborn, Sweden
  • R598 – Potomac Town Center, Woodbridge, VA
  • R599 – Station Park, Farmington, UT
  • R601 – Guildford Town Centre, Surrey, Canada
  • R613 – Evergreen Walk, South Windsor, CT
  • R614 – Lynnhaven Mall, Virginia Beach, VA
  • R615 – University Town Center, Sarasota, FL
  • R616 – Eastwood Towne Center, Lansing, MI
  • R622 – Solomon Pond Mall, Marlborough, CT
  • R625 – Nave de Vero, Venice, Italy
  • R629 – Trumbull, Trumbull, CT


These are stores that held their grand openings in 2013 and 2014. Read about future stores.

2001-2003 / 2004-2006 / 2007-2008 / 2009-2010 / 2011-2012 / 2015-2016

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  1. Trinity Leeds – Leeds (UK) – The city centre of this 440,000 population town is being renovated to add 200,000 s.f. of retail space near The Headrow and Lands Lane, anchored by up-scale tenants. Tipsters originally pointed to a 44-foot wide Apple store next to retailer “JD.” A Sept. 2007 leasing brochure showed an Apple store in a rendering at space MSU3 on Lands Lane, and tipsters confirmed the project. However, by Feb. 2010 the project was renamed (from The Core), and the Apple store appeared on the Web site in a different location. In Oct. 2011 the project for adjacent Trinity Square mentioned Apple is a confirmed tenant at the Trinity Leeds development. Job listings for a Leeds location appeared August 20, 2012, indicating an early 2013 opening. On Sept. 10, 2012 the mall management announced the mall grand opening on March 21, 2013, and the Apple store opened the same day. [video shows Apple store] [Apple store in rendering from video] [project brochure, pdf] [rendering] [Nov. 12 construction] [Dec. 12] [March 11]
  2. Drake Circus Shopping Center – Plymouth, UK – In May tipsters pointed to this mall as a future store site. Apple reportedly bought out about 10 years of Zara’s 15-year lease on two levels. The city in the southwest of the country is a port city with about 250,000 residents. The mall has 70 shops in 425,000 s.f. Job listings appeared on August 28, 2012. Grand opening April 20, 2013. [news story] [mall plan]
  3. Highpoint Shopping Centre – Melbourne (Australia) – In early August 2012 a job listing appeared for “North West Melbourne,” but without a specific mall. Tipsters identified the mall operated by The GPT Group with 400 shops in 1.35 million s.f. on four levels. Grand opening April 27, 2013.
  4. DIX30 – Brossard (Canada) – In early 2012 a local business Web site said Apple will open a store along Boulevard Leduc within this Main Street-style mall in the southern part of the city across the St. Lawrence River from Montreal. On Aug. 24, 2012 a job listing appeared for the city. The mall is still being fully leased, but now has 185 shops, a cinema, hotel, spa and other amenities. Store has very tall ceiling and an all-glass storefront at box ends of the space. Grand opening April 27, 2013.
  5. Kurfürstendamm – Berlin (Germany) – In June 2005 a tipster reported that Apple’s real estate team was in town looking at the Kurfürstendamm section of town for a suitable space [scouting trip]. No other activity was noted until Dec. 2009, when a tipster said plans were again in motion for a store somewhere in the city. But only in in Jan. 2011 did a local Web site report that Apple had leased Kurfürstendamm 26 in the western section of the city, a former cinema building that opened in 1913. The building has been renovated several times since then, and now has a modern interior and original exterior. The interior is two main rooms on the ground floor of 6,600 s.f. and 1,125, an upper level Briefing Room and theater, and back-of-house space. Grand opening on Friday, May 3, 2013 at 5 p.m., a rare Friday evening time slot. [Germany plans] [news story] [May 2011 construction] [panorama, blue dot is site] [Aug. 9th photo] [Sept. 2 update] [March 2012 video] [barricade sign revealed video] [grand opening announcement video / opening line entry video / photo album] [storefront time-lapse] [Steve Cano video at press event] [store black-and-white]
  6. Rundle Place – Adelaide (Australia) – In Feb. 2012 a tipster said Apple was in talks with the developers of the future Rundle Place development within the Rundle Mall district (which itself is undergoing a huge remodel and upgrade). The 85-store, 4-level, 236,000 s.f. retail space will be part of a 17-story hotel/office project. The Apple store would be located along the south side of Rundle Mall just east of Francis Street, in a two-level space with a glass and stainless steel storefront. In Feb. 2013 the city approved Apple’s fit-out design application, which indicated construction would cost US$2.5 million. Certain parts of the project opened in March 2013. Apple store grand opening on May 26, 2013. [rendering] [Rundle Mall district brochure, pdf] [development planning document, pdf] [storefront rendering] [design plan April 2012, pdf] [grand opening video]
  7. Quaker Bridge Mall – Princeton (NJ) – In early Jan. 2013 a job listing appeared for “Princeton,” but without specific location. In mid-Jan. 2013 a tipster pointed to two spaces across from the Lord & Taylor store in this Simon Properties mall as the future location. The mall is about 5 miles south of Princeton University, in an upscale area occupied by several international company headquarters. The 1 million s.f. mall has about 100 shops. In mid-May a black construction barricade appeared to the right of the Ann Taylor store, in a 55-foot wide space with 9,052 s.f. Grand opening June 29, 2013. [mall plan] [May 2013 construction barricade] [pre-opening]
  8. Eton (Chagrin Boulevard) (Woodmere, Ohio) Replacement store – There were persistant rumors for several years that the Legacy Village was too small and would be expanded. However, it wasn’t until early June 2013 that tipsters confirmed that the Legacy Village (Ohio) store would permanently close, and store operations would move to the Eton mall four miles away. The new store feature a Briefing Room and other new store features. Grand opening June 29, 2013, and it replaced the existing Legacy Village (Ohio) store, which closed at the end of business June 28, 2013.
  9. Rosny 2 – Rosny-sous-Bois (France) – In late Dec. 2012 a job listing appeared for this city northeast of city-center Paris, but without a specific location. There is speculation it will be located within the Rosny 2 shopping mall, managed by Unibail-Rodamco, a past partner of Apple. Grand opening July 6, 2013.
  10. Markville Shopping Centre (Ontario, Canada) – In late June 2013 job listings for this city appeared, but without a specific mall or street location. This Cadillac-Fairview mall is north of Toronto, and has 167 shops in 892,000 s.f. Apple’s space is on the upper level next to Toys ‘R ‘Us, and covers 9,389 s.f. Grand opening July 27, 2013.
  11. Le Befane – Rimini (Italy) – In Feb. 2013 revealed that new job listings were for this shopping mall on the outskirts of the city, with 130 stores, a cinema. The 3,280 s.f. store will be above the Marco Polo store on the second level, in the former Cisalfa and Piazza Italian store spaces. Grand opening August 3, 2013. [news story] [store location]
  12. Euroma2 – Rome (Italy) – In Feb. 2013 a local Web site found a black barricade covering a huge space at the top of an escalator bank on the upper level of this shopping mall southwest of city center. The mall opened in 2008 with 446,000 s.f. of retail space on three levels, with 240 shops and 20 restaurants. Grand opening Aug. 31, 2013. [mall plan] [barricade story, April 25] [grand opening photos]
  13. Station Park (Farmington, UT) – In mid-May 2013 a job listing appeared for this city, but without a specific location. Tipsters quickly pinpointed the location as this independently-owned mall in a northern suburb of Salt Lake City, and along Interstate 15. The average household income for the area is above the median for existing Apple store locations (over $86,000). Besides 850,000 s.f. of retail space, there is a multi-screen cinema, restaurants, hotel and grocery store. Grand opening Sept. 20, 2013, the same day as the iPhone 5s/c debut. [mall plan, pdf] [leasing brochure] [rendering] [Aug. 25th construction barricade]
  14. OEZ (Olympia Einkaufszentrum) – Munich (Germany) – In mid-March a job listing appeared for this city, which already has an Apple store. The exact location of the store wasn’t initially know, but in mid-July 2013 tipsters said it would be at this mall northwest of city center. The black construction barricade was in place by July 25, 2013, and the Apple logo appeared on it Sept. 13. Grand opening Sept. 28, 2013. [mall plan] [black barricade, Sept. 13] [opening video #1 / #2 / #3 #4]
  15. Potomac Town Center (Woodbridge, VA) – In mid-May 2013 a job listing appeared for this city, but without a specific location. Tipsters pointed to this independent mall along I-95 about 22 miles southwest of Washington (DC) that is still fishing for tenants. The mall has 50 shops in 550,000 s.f., anchored by a huge Wegman’s Food Market. The developer has agreed to build a minor league baseball stadium next to the existing development. The store will be located to the left of Starbucks. Grand opening Sept. 28, 2013. [leasing brochure] [Aug. 19th photo]
  16. Guildford Town Centre (BC, Canada) – In May 2013 job listings appeared for this city southeast of Vancouver, but without a specific location.  It wasn’t until mid-August 2013 that tipsters confirmed the store would be in this mall southeast of Vancouver, with 200 stores in 1 million square-feet. The mall opened a 75-store expansion space on Aug. 28. Apple store grand opening Sept. 28, 2013.
  17. (The Shops at) Nanuet – Nanuet, NY – In early Oct. 2013 the Facebook page for this extensively-redeveloped mall revealed that an Apple store would be present when the mall held its Oct. 10-13th grand opening. The mall existed as Nanuet Mall since 1969, but fell into oblivion as larger and newer malls opened in the region. The mall closed in 2011 as Simon Property Group worked to completely redesign and reconstruct it. The mall had about 200 shops in 900,000 s.f. when it closed. It’s along I-87 north of New York City. Grand opening Oct. 10, 2013, and it replaced the existing Palisades (NY) store, which closed at the end of business Oct. 9, 2013. [mall plan]
  18. Shanghai iapm – Shanghai, China – In early Sept. 2013 a photo appeared showing a 60-foot wide gray construction barricade over a space on two levels at this brand-new 7-level mall that has extended operating hours to 11 p.m. It features 30 upscale retailers, an IMAX theater and many restaurants, all adjacent to two high-rise towers of offices and residences (apartments). The project’s architect, Benoy, has also done several other malls where Apple is a tenant, mostly in the UK. The mall opened in Aug. 2013, but several tenants are still finishing their stores. Grand opening October 26, 2013.
  19. Väla Centrum  (Sweden) – In mid-Sept. 2013 a black construction barricade appeared in front of a wide space at this mall in suburban Helsingborg with 180 shops and restaurants in 546,000 s.f. Grand opening on Nov. 9, 2013.  [mall plan] [barricade]
  20. Haarlem – The Netherlands – In Feb. 2013 a tipster pointed to Grote Houtstraat 99 as the location of a future store, the former Forecast clothing store space on the ground floor, and residences on the upper two floors (which will stay). Construction is already underway on the basement, ground and first-floor levels. The city of 150,000 is about 12 miles west of Amsterdam in the tulip-growing region. The new store will be located along the city’s main shopping street, surrounded by many upscale international retailers. The store has a terrazzo floor instead of stone tiles to improve wearability. In mid-July a tipster said construction encountered several heritage issues, and the grand opening has been delayed. The store has terrazzo floors and local wood was used to construct the display furniture. In early Dec. 2013 the store appears finished, but not yet stocked. On Dec. 2nd the store was covered in black plastic with Apple’s URL in white on the front window. Grand opening Dec. 7, 2013. [Feb-Mar 2013 photos #1 / #2 / #3] [Dec. 2nd interior] [grand opening video #1 / #2] [grand opening photos]
  21. Düsseldorf – Kö-Bogen Mall (Germany) – In mid-March 2013 a job listing appeared for this city of 600,000 residents in the west-central part of the county. The exact location of the store wasn’t listed, but is possibly linked to speculation in 2011 about the Kö-Bogen office/retail development at Kaistraße 5 that’s scheduled to open in October 2013. The development is at the north end of the Königsallee upscale shopping district. It will have 204,000 s.f. of retail space. In early May 2013 a small white Apple logo appeared in an upper level window of a space under construction, re-igniting speculation. In mid-May 2013 a black construction barricade appeared at both ends of a space, indicating a two-ended store on one level, with a very tall ceiling. The mall opened on Oct. 17, 2013. The Apple store grand opening was Dec. 14, 2013. [renderings #1 / #2 / #3 / #4 / #5] [location video] [Dec. 1st] [press event photos] [grand opening video #1 ]
  22. China Central Mall – Beijing (China) – In early May 2013 the Beijing Daily News received a tip that an Apple store will open inside this development during 2013. The 430,000 s.f. mall is about four miles east of Tianemen Square, and just two miles southeast of the existing Sanlitun Apple store. The store is 30 feet tall but on a single level, and has a very wide glass storefront. It is slightly L-shaped, with accessories in the shorter section. There is a second entrance to the interior of the mall. Grand opening January 10, 2014. [photo] [grand opening photos]
  23. Brisbane – (Australia, inside MacArthur Chambers Building) – In late April 2011 a tipster noticed a building permit application whose architectural drawings were identical to an Apple store, but didn’t mention Apple by name. The building at 233-255 Queen Street is a 7-story historic building (U.S. Gen. MacArthur’s Pacific headquarters during WWII), of which Apple occupies the basement, ground floor and mezzanine. The project value is $US 11.4 million for about 18,282 (11,475 public) s.f. In early June 2011 the ground-floor bookstore closed. The restoration and construction of the heritage interior was among the most extensive undertaken by Apple. In Feb. 2012 old-time contractor Kell & Rigby filed for bankruptcy and several companies sued for money owed. Construction on the restoration and construction project was halted. The company went into voluntary administration in Feb. 2012 and construction began again under the Ganellan construction group. Originally the store was scheduled for an early July 2012 grand opening, but was seriously delayed. In Nov. 2012 tipsters said the project had been scrapped, but no reason was given. In early 2013 tipsters continued to note the absence of construction to finish the renovation, and no sign of Apple. In mid-March tipsters said a court had ordered Apple to finish interior work to an “end-of-lease” standard, and shortly after, local contractors said they received bid requests for the required work. In July 2013 the building owner notified the city planning agency that construction work was starting up, related to ground-floor concrete floor cutting and jack-hammering. Tipsters say it was heritage-related work, and that staff hiring seems to be continuing. In mid-August 2013 tipsters said the store project had been resumed. Employees were training at the Chermside and Carindale stores. The store had several superlatives upon opening: longest construction, largest Australia store, only store with a U.S. military connection (MacArthur Museum), most changes of builder, longest stand-off with city council on the design, closest to CBD, in the Top 10 for most floor space, most money spent on the renovation (A$28.4 million). On Dec. 29th signage appeared on the white construction stating, “Opening Soon.” On Jan. 10th the store’s Web page appeared announcing a Friday, Jan. 17, 10 a.m. grand opening. [permit application, pdf] [construction plan, pdf] [floorplans, pdf] [building fabric, pdf] [building heritage, pdf] [MacTalk forum] [approval, pdf] [cancellation news story] [Nov. 26th pennant pole] [Dec. 29th barricade graphic] [final barricade message] [grand opening photo gallery]
  24. Village Mall – Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) – In mid-Nov. 2012 job listings suddenly appeared for this city, the first store for South America. Within days tipsters located the space at this future upscale shopping mall in the Barra da Tijuca section, south of city center. A few stores opened Dec. 4, 2012, but most will open in Spring 2013. In April 2013 a local Web site said Apple filed a property document for spaces 217/219 on the second level. The company expects the store to generate $500 million in annual sales, according to newspaper. The grand opening was originally scheduled for July 2013, but recruiting sufficient staff was more difficult than expected, based on the pay rates: Genius is $2,120 a month, and management positions about $4,300. CFO Peter Oppenheimer discussed the store with a local reporter, saying it was planned in time for the soccer World Cup and the 2016 Olympics. The store is organized into a front and rear section separated by a center wall, much like the Stanford 2 store. Grand opening Feb. 14, 2014. [mall plan] [pre-opening photos] [grand opening videos #1 / #2] [Tim Cook Tweeted about the grand opening]
  25. Zorlu Center – Turkey – In early Nov. 2012 job listings appeared for the usual retail store positions on the Turkish version of Apple’s Web site. None listed a specific location. However, a local Web site learned the first store would open in this shopping mall on the European side of the city with 13.5 million residents. It will be the first store in eastern Europe, in a city that ranks as the 10th most-visited city in the world (7 million tourists). But despite those factors, the city is an unlikely location for a retail store, except for one thing—the Turkish government wants to buy 15 million iPads for its schools. It’s certain that Apple promised the government a retail store as part of the iPad deal, potentially worth $4 billion. Apple’s store will be within a huge, mixed-use development that includes hotels, luxury high-rise residences, offices, theater and entertainment areas. The shopping mall will have a 13-screen cinema, cafés and restaurants, public mall, and 645,000 s.f. of retail space occupied by 200 shops. The original plans had a large pool/waterfall in the main plaza, open to the underground level. However, Apple leased the plaza and lower level space occupied by the water feature, and has constructed a rectangular glass entrance similar to Fifth Avenue (NYC), leading to a huge 2-level space under the plaza. The reported construction cost is $9 million. The store won the 2014 Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence from the Institution of Structural Engineers. Grand opening April 5, 2014. [news about project] [project renderings #1 / #2] [project brochure, pdf] [center rendering fly-through] [construction phases photos] [grand opening photo album / video #1 #2] [overhead view] [store wins 2014 industry award/ page capture] [Foster+Partners project description / flyer, pdf]

Pioneer Place 2 – Portland (Ore.) – In Jan. 2011 real estate sources told the Oregonian that Apple was seriously scouting up to 18,000 at SW Yamhill & SW 5th Ave. (850 SW 5th Ave.) in the downtown for a replacement store, in the space vacated by Saks Fifth Avenue in mid-2010. The space is part of the Pioneer Place shopping mall, but is an outdoor, two-level, corner space. The building was constructed in 1990 and the exterior (façades of 90 ft. and 125 ft.) may require a make-over to meet Apple’s store design requirements. In Aug. 2011 the owner of the future Yard House restaurant-bar confirmed the Apple project. In late Feb. 2012 a tipster pointed to planning documents submitted to the city that described a block-long, all glass Apple store on Yamhill between 4th and 5th. The existing Apple store in the basement of Pioneer Place mall will close when this store opens. Interior construction began in late Sept. 2012, and visible exterior demolition began in May 2013. Grand opening May 31, 2014, at which point the original Pioneer Place store will close. [Case File Number: LU 13- 169967 DZ] [planning document Feb. 2012, pdf] [site scouting photos] [Design Comm. meeting story] [March 12, 2012 Commission meeting audio, mp3] [July 19th Commission meeting presentation, pdf] [June 7th #1/ #2] [June 15th #1] [plaza revision blueprint, pdf] [construction Sept. 3 #1 / #2 / #3 / #4, photos by chouder] [Nov. 18] [photo Jan. 22] [April 29] [May 12 pano photo #1 / #2] [grand opening photo album #1 / #2]

  1. Omotesando – Tokyo, Japan – In August 2006 the Japan Consuming Web site revealed that Apple would open a retail store in this district of Tokyo, inside the former J. Crew space, and across from Zara. The district is within a mile northeast of the existing Shibuya store. In August 2013 Bloomberg news also reported Apple would arrive in the district. Within 24 hours a local enthusiast posted a video showing the location of heavy construction at a street corner where an existing building has already been demolished (4 Chrome-2-1 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo). The new building is on an L-shaped lot, and has a ground-floor and basement public retail space, connected by a V2.0 design spiral-glass staircase made of stainless steel and glass. The back-lit Apple logo hovers over the staircase. The store has 125 employees, 230 display products and 31-foot tall glass windows. The construction barricade was painted on May 29, 2014 and featured Zelkova tree leaves. Grand opening Friday, June 13, 2014, the first opening attended by new Sr. VP Angela Ahrendts. [video, Aug. 2013] [map] [Feb. 5 photo] [staircase] [store prep video] [grand opening line video / map] [Ahrendts at opening] [opening video]
  2. Aix-en-Provence (France) – In Jan. 2012 a local magazine said that Apple will build a nearly all-glass store on the site of the current tourism office in the Place del la Rotonde in city center, an area that is undergoing a major plaza and highway renovation over 4-5 years. A rendering published by the magazine shows a masonry rear wall surrounded by all glass walls and roof. The same design later turned up in planning documents for the future Stanford 2 and downtown Portland retail stores (under construction). The existing Bureau of Tourism building has been demolished by June 2013. However, historic artifacts were discovered during demolition, possibly delaying the store construction. Job listings appeared August 8, 2013. The store’s construction barricade was painted on May 28, 2014. Grand opening on June 14, 2014. [rendering] [news story] [Web story] [magazine article #1 / #2, pdf] [construction Jan. 31, 2014] [construction Feb. 17, 2014] [construction March 12, 2104 #1 / #2 / #3] [storefront March 17] [interior March 19 #1 / #2] [photo April 14]
  3. Puerta del Sol – Madrid (Spain) – In Jan. 2011 a newspaper identified Puerta del Sol #1 as the site of the city’s second store. The historic corner building sites on ruins of a church hospital that dates to the 1400s, and overlooks an immense plaza of the same name that is nearing completion on a conversion to a mostly-pedestrian site. The 1860s building also sat under an historic and iconic “Tio Pepe” advertising sign that shines over the plaza at night. Like several other recent historic store sites, the upper floors have been occupied by a hotel. Apple reportedly wanted to perform an extensive renovation of the building for a ground-level store, but city officials would only allow a basement upgrade for retail. In May 2011 local media reported the building owners agreed to lease all 7 levels (65,000 s.f.) of the building to Apple, with a store probably on two levels and Apple offices, meeting rooms, etc. on five upper levels. In late Dec. 2011 the regional heritage commission and city council approved renovation plans for the building. Restoration and upgrades to the building have been hampered by the age and condition of the building, and the need to meet strict requirements for construction in heritage buildings. Grand opening is June 14, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. [vintage photo] [news story] [Feb. 1 update] [May update story] [store rendering] [April 4 building] [May 14 building] [June 28th photo] [Sept. 3 construction] [Feb. 14, 2104 storefront] [story about ruins from 1438 hospital found in basement during construction / explanation of historic hospital, in Spanish] [pre-opening photo gallery] [grand opening photo gallery] [grand opening #1 / #2]
  4. Freie Strasse (Basel, Switzerland) – In April 2010 MacPrime reported that Apple may be considering the city-center space at Freie Strasse 47 for a future store. The existing Botty shoe store will move out in mid-summer 2011 after a 50% rent increase. The Apple store was designed to be on two levels covering 7,500 s.f. in a 5-level building. In early June 2011 the existing store announced a “Closing Down” sale and relocation, which could indicate plans are moving forward. In Jan. 2012 MacPrime discovered architectural plans for the future store showing a one-level, 28-foot wide glass storefront, with ground and upper-level retail space, and basement storage and offices. However, the final store is just a single public retail level, yet tipsters say it could become two levels in the future (that would be a first!). The store has a staff of 60 that speak 12 languages. The storefront and rear wall is Sander Schilf brown sandstone from the Bamberg (Germany) area. Job listings posted May 21, 2013, but the grand opening was delayed for some reason. Grand opening July 12, 2014. [Aug. update] [construction Aug. 25]
  5. The Greene- Beavercreek, OH – In Dec. 2004 tipsters pointed to the Dayton Mall that was undergoing an expansion that would include an Apple store. However, by Nov. 2006 an Apple reseller moved into the mall, and and tipsters then pointed to this independent mall along I-675, 10 miles southeast of downtown Dayton. Several existing retailers have been moved to other spaces, creating a potential space for Apple. It would be the first Apple store in the Dayton area, and potentially end the reign of authorized resellers in the city (MacTown has a store at The Greene and south Dayton). Tipsters say store construction could start in spring 2014 and finish by year’s end. In early Feb. 2014 a black construction barricade was spotted over space C15 at the mall. On Feb. 14, 2014 a job listing appeared for “Dayton.” In early June the construction barricade was removed, revealing the storefront covered in black plastic with white Apple logos. The sidewalk in front sports 8 stainless steel anti-ram bollards. Grand opening July 19, 2014. [mall map, pdf] [possible location] [black plastic with security bollards June 6] [grand opening pic]
  6. Paradise Walk Chongqing – Chongqing (China) – This store was initially under construction in late 2013, but then stalled over architecture choices: Australian architects Woods Bagot had 3 levels with 6-meter ceilings. Apple wanted something different, and so the design was changed to two levels, with a 12-meter ground-floor with huge front window, and a 6-meter upper-level ceiling without a window. The resultant light stone storefront is very wide and three levels tall, with a huge glass façade. The traditional decorated plastic wrap appeared July 16, 2014. Grand opening July 26, 2014. [news story] [pre-opening #1 / #2] [grand opening #1 / #2]
  7. Center 66 Wuxi (Hang Lung Plaza) – Wuxi, China – This city about 75 miles northwest of Shanghai was long-rumored to host an Apple store. However, it wasn’t until mid-July 2014 that a photo of the construction barricade was posted. The development has 1 million s.f. of retail with 270 shops on 7 levels, and 1.7 million s.f. of office space in a 47-story building. The enormous store occupies spaces comprising L115, L116 and L216 on two levels, linked by a terrazzo staircase (not glass). The 360° Genius bar is the longest in Asia. Grand opening August 2, 2014.
  8. Den Haag – The Hague (The Netherlands) – In early Dec. 2012 the Web site reported that Apple had signed a lease for the Selexyz bookstore space in 1885-vintage, city-center arcade-type shopping mall called The Passage. The store will occupy 18,800 s.f. of the bookstore (basement, ground, upper level), and space from the two adjacent stores, forming a curved storefront. The source said Apple’s lease requires that the traditional rotunda Christmas treet not be placed there in future years, so the storefront is unobstructed. A black construction barricade surrounded the space in mid-Dec. 2013. Grand opening August 9, 2014. [news story] [construction plans, Jan. 2013] [grand opening video] [grand opening photos #1 / #2]
  9. Eastwood Towne Center – Lansing (Mich.) – In mid-Feb. 2014 a job listing appeared for a future store in “Lansing,” but with no specific location. Speculation centered on several malls, but within three days a black construction barricade was spotted at this mall, and two days later a city building permit application was located for the store. The mall is independently owned along U.S. 127 northeast of the downtown, and a short distance from the Michigan State University campus (49,000 students). The mall cover 332,000 s.f. An Apple logo appeared on the construction barricade on July 15th. Grand opening August 9, 2014. [WILS radio interview] [interview #2] [grand opening story]
  10. Evergreen Walk – (South Windsor, Conn.) – A black construction barricade appeared in front of space #443 at this mall in late 2013, but confirmation wasn’t certain until March 2014. The independent mall is off I-84 northeast of Hartford, with 60 shops in 375,000 s.f., including the state’s only L.L. Bean store. Grand opening August 23, 2014. [April 22 photo]
  11. Cumberland Mall – Atlanta (Geo.) – In Jan. 2014 the management of this General Growth Properties mall said they could not confirm or deny the future occupancy of an Apple store. In March 2014 Apple’s retail jobs page highlighted “Atlanta” as a new opportunity. In early May GGP posted an updated mall plan that showed Apple in the 6,657 s.f. space #123 on the lower level, with an adjacent 2,062 s.f. back-of-house space. The mall is along I-75 about 12 miles northwest of Atlanta, and has 150 stores in 1 million square-feet. The Atlanta Braves will move to a new stadium a half-mile from the mall in 2017. Grand opening September 6, 2014.  [Apple space plan]
  12. Lynnhaven Mall – Virginia Beach, VA – Indoor mall operated by General Growth Properties along I-264 east of Norfolk, with 160 shops and a double-decker carousel. In Dec. 2004 a tipster said Apple was waiting for the “perfect” space to open up. There was no activity until May 2014 when a job listing appeared for the city, in an unknown location. A tipster confirmed the future store, and the GGP Web site said Apple “will open at the center in 2014.” A black construction barricade was in place at space F15 on June 1, 2014, covering 6,249 s.f. Grand opening Sept. 19, 2014, the iPhone 6 debut day. [mall plan]
  13. Hannover (Germany) – In March 2012 black material was placed over the windows of a former Olymp & Hades clothing store at Bahnhofstraße 5 in city center, along a wide pedestrian mall. The store had an eliptical staircase to three upper levels, and presumably now under demolition-renovation. Job listings appeared March 30, 2012, indicating an October 2012 grand opening. However, construction work on the building was not finished on time. Construction was underway in mid and late 2013, but then came to a halt in mid-2014, just as the store was nearly completion. News accounts say there are water or other problems with the store, seriously delaying the grand opening to early 2015. The black exterior construction barricade was re-erected by mid-July 2014. A white Apple logo appeared on the barricade Sept 12th. Grand opening Sept. 27, 2014. [news story] [site photos] [March 15 photos #1 / #2] [Dec. 2013 construction]
  14. Nave de Vero (Venezia, Italy) – In mid-April 2014 a curved black construction barricade appeared in front of an upper-level space at this new shopping mall that opened in mid-April 2014. The mall has 115 shops and 15 restaurants covering 592,000 s.f. In early June 2014 job listings appeared on Apple’s Web site, and a black construction barricade covered the space. Grand opening October 11, 2014. [mall grand opening video] [store plan]
  15. Solomon Pond – Marlborough (Mass.) – On May 29th, 2014 a job listing appeared for this city, but without a specific location. Within a week a tipster pointed to this Simon Property Group mall near I-290, 30 miles west of Boston. The mall has 120 stores in 885,000 s.f. A lease plan shows Apple occupying a 7,400 s.f. T-shaped space to the right of the Clark’s store on the ground level. Grand opening October 11, 2014.
  16. Westfield Trumbull – Trumbell (Conn.) In mid-May 2014 a tipster said a new store was under construction within this mall. The space location is described as across from Lord & Taylor on the upper level, near the future Cheesecake Factory restaurant . The 1.1 million s.f. mall has 176 retailers in the region north of Bridgeport. An official job listing appeared on May 29, 2014. Grand opening October 11, 2014.
  17. University Town Center – Sarasota (Fla.) – In May 2011 there were reports a store would open at Westfield Southgate, but no action was ever seen. In 2012 the focus shifted to the brand-new Mall at University Town Center with 880,000 s.f. of space along I-75. In Nov. 2013 a news article confirmed the future store. An official Apple job listing for a “Sarasota” store appeared mid-May 2014. The mall opened on Thursday, October 16, 2014 and the Apple store opened the same day at 10 a.m.  [leasing brochure] [mall plan]
  18. Princes Street – Edinburgh, Scotland – This shopping street in the central business district would give Apple’s store a view of the spectacular Edinburgh Castle, set on a 400-foot cliff across Princes Street Gardens. Rumored for two years, but finally confirmed in April, 2008, but at an unknown location. In Oct. 2010 a newspaper said Apple was in final talks with city officials to open a store in an unknown space along Princes St., and days later the newspaper said the deal was finalized. On March 2, 2011 a newspaper confirmed Apple would occupy 10-15 Princes street in a $6.5 million deal with the building developer, who is renovating the building. In late Dec. 2012 a city notice of construction “disruptions” officially included the Princes Street location from Feb. 2011 to “Sept. 30, 2013.” In Feb. 2013 additional storefront and sign permits were issued that confirmed the Apple store. Staff recruitment began on April 1st, indicating an October grand opening. The hand-over to Apple’s fit-out team was initially reported for July/August 2013. However, in mid-June construction work was delayed for an unknown reason, delaying the grand opening to 2014. In mid-August 2013 job listings re-appeared, indicating a Feb. 2014 grand opening. However, in mid-Nov. 2013 a local newspaper reported that building restoration was delayed by complexities. In March 2014 the building construction and restoration was finished, and shopfitting of the Apple store began. Permits indicate the fit-out cost $1.282 million. On July 10, 2014 the traditional white barricade with colorful graphics appeared, indicating an imminent grand opening. However, within days tipsters said the grand opening had been delayed beyond August 2nd, reportedly because the flooring needed to be replaced for the entire store. On August 19th workers covered up the barricade graphics with white material, but replaced them days later (they were too weathered). In early Sept. major work was still underway, including the spiral glass staircase on Sept. 7th. Workers have been told they must re-apply. Grand opening October 18, 2014. [building heritage info] [shopfront design guide, pdf] [Princes St. building review, pdf] [Princes Street cultural assessment, pdf] [review] [mezzanine plan w/stairs] [construction start May 1 #1 / #2] [photo July 16th, 2012] [photo, May 28th] [day-night signage blueprints, pdf] [construction delays, Nov. 15, 2013] [June 25th view] [pre-opening barricade #1 / #2] [2014 permit, pdf] [historical description, pdf] [curved glass panel installation Sept. 7th]
  19. The Mall of New Hampshire – Manchester (NH) – On May 29th, 2014 a job listing appeared without a specific location for this city. But this mall’s leasing plan showed Apple in a large, T-shaped space near the center, across from the Sunglass Hut. The 811,000 s.f. mall is along I-93, and is within 30 minutes of 60% of the state’s population. Grand opening October 18, 2014. [mall plan]
  20. Akasya – Turkey – In early Nov. 2012 job listings appeared for the usual retail store positions on the Turkish version of Apple’s Web site. None listed a specific location. However, a local Web site learned the second store would open in this shopping mall on the Asian side of the city, within a huge mixed-use development that focuses on restoring lost green space. The complex will have housing, parks, social and recreation facilities, and the 914,000 s.f. shopping mall. A black construction barricade appeared in front of a space in March 2014. In July 2014 the government registered a permit (pdf) for the store. Grand opening October 25, 2014. [renderings #1 / #2 / #3] [interior peek Aug. 2014] [storefront Oct. 2014] [opening video]
  21. Lille (France) – In May 2012 tipsters pointed to a pharmacy building at a conspicuous corner in city center as a future store site. The building at #1 Rue Faidherbe was being remodeled in Jan. 2013, and a black construction barricade appeared in April 2013. The space covers 10,667  s.f. on two levels, and with 4,800 s.f. of BOH. Job listings posted April 8, 2013, indicating the store could open in early 2014. In mid-Dec. 2013 a local source said Apple had cancelled the store at the pharmacy. But in early May 2014 the store was still covered by a black traditional black Apple barricade. In late June 2014 an official business listing appeared for Apple at 1-15 Rue Faidherbe and 2-14 Rue Anatole (the streets on either side of the triangular building). A white Apple logo appeared on the construction barricade on Oct. 31, 2014. Grand opening Nov. 15, 2014.  [rendering] [construction Aug. 21] [opening photos]
  22. Summerlin – Las Vegas (Nev.) – In 2008 General Growth Properties shut down construction on a 22,500-acre master-planned community that includes 80,000 residences, 26 schools, hotels, offices, 125 retail shops and other community elements. In Sept. 2012 the company said it spun off Howard Hughes Corp., and that entity would move forward with developing the dormant property. In that announcement, HHC included a rendering of one area of the mall that includes an obvious Apple retail store. The store is in space N2 with 7,205 s.f. and cost $2 million. There was no confirmation of a signed lease until June 26, 2014, when an official Apple job listing was posted for “Summerlin.” The mall opened October 9, 2014. Store grand opening on Nov. 22, 2014. [rendering] [fact sheet, pdf] [mall map, pdf]
  23. Franklin Park Mall – Toledo, Ohio – In mid-July 2014 a tipster pointed to this city as a future Apple store location, but without a specific site. The city of 285,000 sits in the middle of an Ohio black-out zone. On July 31st a newspaper reported the store will open at  Franklin Park Mall, operated by Starwood, in the former Charlotte Russe space, which is adjacent to Williams Sonoma. Job listings posted on Aug. 28, 2014 for a “Toledo” store, with store construction underway. A white Apple logo appeared on black plywood on space #D5 on Nov. 20, 2014. Grand opening Dec. 6, 2014. [construction barricade Sept. 2]

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Demolition and construction is underway along a narrow street in the city of Haarlem (The Netherlands), and all the clues indicate it will be the country’s next Apple retail store. The space is along Grote Houtstraat, the city’s main shopping pedestrian walkway, close to many other upscale international retailers. As detailed by, demolition has been completed on the ground floor along the street, and the entire rear of the narrow-but-deep parcel. Two levels of apartments will remain above the store, part of a “Live Above Shops” program. On the ground level, the store will comprise about 8,000 square-feet, extending all the way to the street behind the store. Based on construction progress, the location could become the second store in the country by year’s end, beating out another future store location in The Hague that is also under construction. photos/floorplan