Apple to open store in Fort Greene - Brooklyn


Nov. 29, 2017 10:43 am

Apple to open store in Fort Greene

The company's second location will be at the base of a new, luxury residential building.

A customer uses Apple Watch Series 3 to call his mother from Apple Union Square in San Francisco.

(Photo courtesy of Apple)

Apple will open its second Brooklyn location this Saturday in Fort Greene.

The store will be on the ground floor of the new 32-story luxury residential building 300 Ashland, which is just up the street from Atlantic Terminal.

There will be a grand opening at the store at 10 a.m.

300 Ashland is a striking looking building. Sitting in a triangular lot, it’s a patchwork of windows and terrace cut-outs. One bedroom apartments there go for more than $3,100 a month. The building was developed by Two Trees Management, which also developed the Wythe Hotel and the Domino Sugar Factory.



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