Apple Store in Nashville Closing in Early February During Renovations

Apple recently announced that its Green Hills retail store in Nashville, Tennessee will be temporarily closed for renovations beginning February 11.

Apple Store at The Mall at Green Hills in 2008

Apple Green Hills will likely remain closed until late 2018, so customers will have to venture a bit further south to Apple's nearby store at the CoolSprings Galleria shopping mall in Franklin, Tennessee until further notice.


For the past few years, Apple has been renovating dozens of its older stores with newer designs. In addition, many of the locations have expanded by adding a floor or taking over adjacent storefronts, while some have relocated entirely.

Last week, Apple announced that its first store in South Korea opens on January 27, just a few weeks prior to the 2018 Winter Olympics in the country. By our count, the location should be Apple's 500th store around the world.

Via: 9to5Mac

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25 weeks ago

Last time I went to Cool Springs, the traffic was excessive. It seems the area wasn't built for the traffic, which is a common theme in Nashville.


But far better than Green Hills. Nashville is close to gridlock, with no viable plan to improve the situation.
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25 weeks ago

Last time I went to Cool Springs, the traffic was excessive. It seems the area wasn't built for the traffic, which is a common theme in Nashville.


I'm a Nashville native. Traffic has been horrid here the past 10 years as more and more people keep moving here. We have a NET POSITIVE of 3,000 people moving here every Month.
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25 weeks ago
Last time I went to Cool Springs, the traffic was excessive. It seems the area wasn't built for the traffic, which is a common theme in Nashville.
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