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A flurry of new job listings indicates that Apple is planning to open more hugely profitable retail stores across Virginia, Utah, and New Jersey. Based on how the plans are...
06-04-2013, 02:05 PM #1
New Apple Stores Reportedly Planned for Three States
A flurry of new job listings indicates that Apple is planning to open more hugely profitable retail stores across Virginia, Utah, and New Jersey.
Based on how the plans are shaping up, Apple's newest stores will be located in Woodbridge, Virginia as well as Farmington, Utah. The New Jersey store is expected at the Quaker Bridge Mall, which is in the general vicinity of Princeton University.
In past years, Apple’s job listings included not only the city and state of the future store, but the name of the shopping mall or street where the store would be located. About a year ago, the listings no longer listed the shopping mall, and sometime not even the city of the future store. That change has meant that it takes more digging from more sources to determine the actual location of future stores.
Already boasting the most lucrative square footage across the global retail landscape, Apple's retail stores now generate approximately $58 per visitor. The most recent industry projections indicate that the average revenue per Apple store is $13 million per quarter.
As of May 2013, Apple has 406 Apple Stores worldwide.
06-04-2013, 09:19 PM #2
Need some in the downtown or south Atlanta area. The closest one is on the north side which is way too far away from anyone outside the south perimeter despite being Atlanta metro residents.
06-05-2013, 09:34 AM #3
Farmington??? That's the last place I'd expect them to build an Apple Store! We need one in the Orem/Provo area way more!!