Expansion of Apple Store Stonestown, San Francisco set for December 14th

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Apple has announced that the expansion of its Stonestown retail store in San Francisco will be open to the public on December 14th. The expanded store will open at 8 AM. This announcement comes less than a day after the announcement of a new Apple retail store in Dusseldorf, Germany, which is set to open on the same day.

Ifo Apple Store notes that this expansion will put the store at 7,690 square feet—more than double the size of the existing space—allowing more room for customer training that the current store does not have. The expanded store will occupy two adjacent spaces previously held by other retailers. Part of a third space is also being added to the store, though the rest of that space will remain unused.

Apple has plans to open thirty new retail stores worldwide in the coming year, which will bring the total number of stores to around 448, with stores in fourteen countries and counting. The company also plans to expand twenty of its existing locations.

Update: Apple is also re-opening an expanded store at the Rosedale Center in Roseville, Minnesota.

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  1. Marklewood at Serenity Lodge - 9 years ago

    Too bad they don’t have the initiative to expand the 2 stores here in the Raleigh/Durham area. They are almost always packed (esp Raleigh) and very difficult to shop, maneuver or get any unhurried help. I try to shop Apple on line or at another dealer just to avoid the hassel now. Not fun.