updated 06:35 pm EST, Thu February 17, 2011
Project now said to be finalized
Apple has reportedly settled on plans to build a new flagship retail location within Grand Central Terminal in New York City. Recent reports suggested the company was considering the new location, but unnamed sources have allegedly told Cult of Mac that the decision has been made and application process has begun.
The sources claim the upcoming location will represent Apple's largest retail outlet, with more floor space than the company's Covent Garden outlet in London. If true, the space could also be the largest store in the entire Grand Central complex.
Apple is said to be aiming for a grand opening sometime in the fall, possibly early in September.