Apple’s new London is now open. Per square foot, it’s the company’s largest store in the world, apparently.
Built on four floors, the store will incorporate offices and rooms for Apple staff. It sits a mile from the iconic Regent Street store, recently named as the most profitable store in the Capital. The London Evening Standard reports:
“Plans for the store obtained by the Evening Standard show it will cover four floors, although only two are likely to be accesible to the public. It features a glass roof over a courtyard originally built so horses could make deliveries easily to the building, which dates from 1877. Customers will enter through an eight-bay arcade marked by 20-foot stone arches and lit with restored gas lamps.”
Here’s ElectricPig’s great mini tour video: