New Apple Stores Coming to New Jersey, Utah and Virginia

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Apple is planning on opening three new retail locations in the near future, reports ifoAppleStore. Job listings posted last month reveal that the stores will be located at the Station Park shopping mall near Salt Lake City, Utah; the Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center Mall in Woodbridge, Virginia; and the Quaker Bridge Mall, located near the Princeton University Campus in New Jersey.

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Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center

Based on when the jobs were posted, ifoAppleStore predicts that the three stores will open before November, just in time for the holiday season. There is no information on exactly where the stores will be located in their respective malls, but additional details will likely become available as they near completion.

During its second quarter earnings call Apple announced plans to introduce 30 new retail locations during fiscal 2013. The majority of those stores will be located outside of the United States, with the three upcoming stores numbering among the 10 or fewer retail locations that will open in the U.S. this year.

Apple is, however, planning to remodel an additional 20 stores, including the redesign and relocation of its flagship San Francisco Apple Store.

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94 months ago
Brooklyn's first Apple store???

http://ny.curbed.com/tags/66-boerum-place
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94 months ago
Location

The new Apple Store in NJ at the Quaker Bridge Mall will be located on the lower floor outside of the JCPenny and across from the new Michael Kors store. :)
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94 months ago

Apple Store in Princeton, NJ is a welcome addition and will definitely ease the traffic at its Bridgewater Commons location. :)


Yes please! I dread needing anything apple-related on the weekends, because there are times getting into that store is just a nightmare.

Or maybe I just have crappy timing in picking the most crowded times to need a simple accessory
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94 months ago
Apple Store in Princeton, NJ is a welcome addition and will definitely ease the traffic at its Bridgewater Commons location. :)
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94 months ago
Glad to see another Apple Store coming to NJ! :D

I still remember when the first Apple Store opened up in our state. It was a long drive to get there... but it was a great experience as a young Mac user being able to walk in and play with all the new products. :)

It wasn't too long ago when the closest thing we had to an Apple Store was a CompUSA with a small Apple section and non-Mac-savvy employees.
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