Last year, Apple rapidly expanded its stores. Last August, it was reported that the company is working on a store that will consist of a gorgeous glass roof in Santa Monica, CA. Just a month or two after, rumors of a store in Manhattan’s Grand Central started to appear, which finally became a reality earlier this month. It is gorgeous! Apple also redesigned its iconic Fifth Avenue store’s glass cube last year. In December, it was reported that Apple is working on a “prototype” store in Palo Alto, CA. Then in January, it was reported that Apple had started to work on new retail stores in France and Switzerland.
Today, ifoAppleStore.com reports that the grand opening of the new Apple Store in the Netherlands will occur next Saturday, March 3 at 10 a.m., which will make it the thirteenth country where Apple has retail presence. The new location in Amsterdam will be on the ground floor and lower floor of the city’s historic Hirsch Building in Leidseplein Square. Also, both the levels will be connected by a glass spiral staircase, which can be found at many of Apple’s retail locations. In addition, the second floor will be covered by a glass pyramid. Apple’s new store looks stunning!
Earlier this month, the company began hyping that the store was opening “soon”, but did not give a specific date.