Most Significant Apple Store In The Southeastern United States Opens At Aventura Mall This Week

An Apple Store will open this week at Aventura Mall, and it is being called the company’s “significant retail store in the southeastern United States” by 9to5mac.

A grand opening is scheduled for August 10.

Apple already has a giant store at the mall, but it is regularly packed with customers and more space is needed.

Around 344 employees are expected to work at the new store, an increase of 40 from the current Apple store in Aventura.

The new store has a hint of Miami Modern architecture and will include a roof that mimics ocean waves. The design is “consistent with the marine climate and classic mid-century design of the region,” according to Chris Brathwaite, senior director of Apple retail design told the Herald.

Inside, the store will have amphitheater-style seating for hundreds, and the seats will be covered with leather. Huge sheets of glass will open to an outdoor outdoor public garden area.

Apple was rumored last year to be looking at Miami Worldcenter for another store, but so far no announcement has been made.

 

Construction in February:

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Now start innovating again.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice building but I will stick to my Samsung Android. I was an Apple guy for 3 years but no more.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Mid-century architecture knockout

Anonymous
2 years ago

Somebody doesn’t know how terrible Apple products were in the early to mid-90s.

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s why I have an android, so I don’t have to go to a stupid store every other day to fix stuff…

Anonymous
2 years ago

I paid half and happy with my MOTO

Anonymous
2 years ago

Gorgeous
I’m jealous
This could be happening downtown Miami at MWC.
But we live in de-centralized cities.

Anonymous
2 years ago

why aren’t you able to walk to Brickell City Center? I know the service at that location sucks but still, don’t have to drive.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I do, I wouldn’t drive to Aventura for the world. Don’t like the place

Anonymous
2 years ago

apple needs to move to a bigger space at BCC. They outgrew that location since opening

Anonymous
2 years ago

They will have to eventually move the one from BCC to a bigger location in the area.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah, like MWC

Anonymous
2 years ago

Actually, this type of architecture would make Miami Worldcenter warm and inviting rather than sterile and unimaginative.

Anonymous
2 years ago

344 employees…and they’ll all be working at the exact same time

Anonymous
2 years ago

See, new construction can be mindful to existing architecture of a region.

Anonymous
2 years ago

An Apple Store would make sense in the Miami Design District.

Anonymous
2 years ago

not at all… You have to pay for parking. Aventura Mall – free. & the amount of people living within walking distance of the Design District is very low.

Anonymous
2 years ago

you have to pay to park at BCC…

Anonymous
2 years ago

but connected by the mover and surrounded by resi and hospitality…and more shops and restaurants creating pull

Anonymous
2 years ago

Why?
I don’t think so

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
2 years ago

Midtown would be a better location.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Some have proposed BCC, others MWC, others mid-town…wow. Anywhere but where it’s being built huh? Geeeez! The same negative bull shit comments we get here all the time.

Anonymous
2 years ago

as an apple owner ive never in my life had to walk into an apple store. waste of money

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
2 years ago

Oh, ok. Sure why not?

Anonymous
2 years ago

But the traffic, did anyone think about the traffic?!

TCB
2 years ago

A playground for people to play with and look at, apple equipment. No one is buying anything there. This new store with seating, will be a hangout.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Androids are for third world users. Go way non Apple commenters and die Lol

Anonymous
2 years ago

You’re sick