updated 09:24 am EST, Tue November 5, 2013
Location expected to become new Brisbane flagship
Apple has started posting job listings for its third store in Brisbane, Australia, reports note. The outlet will be based in the MacArthur Chambers building, a 10-story structure dating back to 1934. Previously-submitted plans indicate that within its space, Apple is expected to make some architectural changes affecting windows, a stairway, and a wall in the mezzanine.
The store has had a troubled history. In 2012, an important contractor filed for bankruptcy, derailing Apple's plans. The project was thought to have been abandoned, but this August a set of revised plans emerged, indicating that it was still alive. An opening was originally rumored for October 2013, but it's unclear what the new launch date might be.