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Flagship Apple Store To Open At Brickell City Centre On March 25

The Apple Store at Brickell City Centre is just days away from opening.

The store is scheduled to open on March 25, according to a sign posted March 15.

The new store is set to become the flagship store for the company in the Miami area. Apple decided to open the store due to the renaissance going on in downtown Miami, according to Apple Senior Market Director Enrique Atienza (via Techcrunch).

Employees at the new store will speak nine different languages. In total, there will be 100 employees, and half of them speak Spanish.

The exterior will have “gigantic” 13-foot-tall floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

Inside, there will be a “forum” with a giant video wall where classes will be held, “avenues” with long tables and small shops to make it feel like a town square, and a “boardroom” where business customers can meet employees and learn about new products.

 

 

a sign at the store was posted on march 15:

Brickell City Centre store on Apple website:

the store didn’t look near completion on march 7. crews have been working around the clock:

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Marc305
Marc305

LOL, I knew Apple would open before Cinemex. Just made $1 on a gentleman’s bet with my business partner.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s starting to fill in !!!! Wonder when the food court is opening ?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Didn’t they announce September?

Anonymous
Anonymous

4th Q

Edin
Edin

Visited BCC today and talked to a working crew at Italian food court.They told me grand opening is schedule for July 27.
By the way BCC looks great,more new store are opening soon,and movie theater was hiring people today.That BK plaza now looks like from another movie.Glad 1000 footer coming there.Miami
easy but surely becoming one of the country greatest city.
Go HEAT,beat these Pelicans tonight.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Neat

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hopefully transportation exists between the cruise terminal and BCC to take advantage of that multilingual talent and translate it to sales. We need less tourists going to Sawgrass Mills, and more to Downtown, Brickell, and whenever the hell it opens, Worldcenter.

Ilovearchytecture
Ilovearchytecture

Tourist from cruises go to sawgrass mall because they can afford it and has air conditioning
And for the snob that wrote we don’t need then, those tourist move more the economy than a reach lady buying 500$ Manolo’s once a month

Anonymous
Anonymous

no we dont.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes we do

Anonymous
Anonymous

Last week I visited the Eataly in Boston and it’s a thing of beauty.. excited about the Italian food place here.

Ilovearchytecture
Ilovearchytecture

Great stores, beautiful windows and nice restaurants already people window shopping ( affordability is an issue, even for middle class brickellites)
What’s missing.

NICE FLOORS

AIR CONDITIONING

A WALL ( not like the one trump
Wants to built) but one who stop people crossing on the first floor on the middle of the street and not using the overpass of the second floor. They destroy the landscaping on a daly basis…. looks a little bit like the Mexico USA border without coyotes

Anonymous
Anonymous

They always referenced it as two stories, is it the ground level and then second floor? The space above on 3 is also open but there is no construction in that space as of yesterday.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Won’t be nearly as awesome as the new store being built in Chicago. That’s for sure.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Oh look, it comes out of the ground! Big deal… Apple’s best stores are in existing development rather than gimmicky standalone structures. Look at the Grand Central Terminal store in NYC, for example.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I have to disagree. Apple’s best stores build a community environment where people can just hang out without mall traffic or pressure to buy stuff. Look at Apple Union Square in San Fran; Lincoln Park in Chicago; and soon the store that comes out of the ground (and faces the river).

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