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West 14th Street Apple Store Includes Pro Labs, More

West 14th Street Apple Store Includes Pro Labs, More

by , 12:25 PM EST, December 7th, 2007

Apple's West 14th Street retail store in New York City is the company's first three-story location complete with Pro Labs, and will be the city's largest Apple Store when it officially opens its doors. The grand opening is scheduled for Friday at 6PM eastern time.

The West 14th Street Apple Store will offer two levels of retail shopping and a third floor Genius Bar and training center. It will also offer specially designed areas for workshops and specialized training along with Pro Labs where customers can get free in-depth training on Apple applications.

Apple is planning for high traffic in its newest store as well. The location will include over 175 employees including Mac Specialists, Mac Geniuses, and Creative Pros.

West 14th Street marks Apple's third location in New York City. The city also hosts Apple's two-story SoHo and the glass cube Fifth Avenue stores.

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