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New Apple Stores: San Francisco, Los Gatos

updated 02:25 pm EDT, Wed May 9, 2007

Bay Apple Store update

Work has already begun on Apple's future store in Los Gatos near San Jose, and a photo has surfaced of the company's third planned San Francisco retail store in the Marina District. City permit records show that Apple will spend more than $3.4 million to acquire the building at 2125 Chestnut Street, and will renovate the interior to install a distinctive Apple Store that could open before 2008. Construction began Monday on the future Apple Store at 23-25 N. Santa Cruz Ave. in Los Gatos, California. The 5,300 square-foot store will feature a Genius Bar, and joins The Sharper Image as another primary technology retailer in town. The Apple Store will also neighbor a close-by shop that aims to sell electric vehicles, according to the Los Gatos Observer. Photos of the future San Francisco store in the Marina District as well as the Los Gatos location below depict the vacant spaces where Apple will take up residence. [updated]


Los Gatos Apple Store under construction

Photo courtesy of Los Gatos Observer



San Francisco Marina Apple Store location



Sign at Chestnut (San Francisco) location




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  1. Ashari

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Los Gatos..

    How appropriate!

    Los Gatos means "The Cats"... you know, cats like Cheetah, Puma, Jaguar, Panther and Tiger! :-)

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