Spain: Apple announces new store opening in Barcelona
This time there was no room for suspicion or rumor. The Cupertino were left with mysteries and directly up a wall, Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona, where we read in Castilian and Catalan: “An Apple store tailored for Barcelona.”
A curious fact worth mentioning that the wall retains the modernist aesthetic of Antoni Gaudi , the Catalan architect who left an indelible mark on many of the city. The store will be located on the ground floor and basement of a downtown building in Barcelona and is said to occupy about 2,500 square meters, which will make it one of the largest Apple Store in Europe.
When are you going to open? There is still no official information, but all rumors suggest it will be on 28 July that the new Apple Store opens its doors for the second that the Cupertino have in Barcelona and join the three that are in Madrid (one in Parquesur – Leganes, another in Xanadu – Arroyo Molinos, and another in Grand Plaza 2 – Majadahonda, plus those added in Valencia, Murcia and Malaga.
As we see from Apple are interested in the Spanish market and adding them to many benefits that you are falling and continue to open stores, is because they sell, that we, who are not that stupid nor an NGO’s in this for premises open to employ, and such … Anyway, that precisely because the latter is that the news of this new openness I’m glad a lot: We generate a number of jobs, and that’s always welcome in this place in the world.
Link: A wall evokes modernist Gaudi and advances the next Apple Store in Barcelona (EuropaPress)Tags: Apple, Barcelona, opening, Passeig de Gracia, Spain, store, Walk of Grace