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  • Apple's Flagship Regent Street Store in London to Undergo Major Renovations

    Apple’s flagship Regent Street Retail Store in London is undergoing major renovations. It has been noted that the renovation will be impacting the exterior and interior appearance of the store big time. According to the filed proposal, the company is looking to get rid of part of the mezzanine floor and the central glass staircase. Apparently the renovation is so that customers will have a better store experience. It was noted that there will be much more natural light, in which case seeing into the store will be much easier.

    The newly renovated store will be shrinking 4,400 square feet and have even more changes for the basement level. Due to the renovation, the Cupertino-based company will have a temporary store in the basement of the flagship store. It is unclear how long the whole process will take, but the temporary space is limited to three years. Before being able to do any work on the building, Apple will need to get government approval due of the Regent Street architect history. This means that timing of the whole process is still up in the air as they can’t make any modifications until they receive approval.

    Source: City of Westminster via MacRumors
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple's Flagship Regent Street Store in London to Undergo Major Renovations started by Akshay Masand View original post
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    1. Ambi_Valence's Avatar
      Ambi_Valence -
      They’d better make sure they don’t get on the wrong side of the planning department.