Apple is finally ready to launch its first store in Brooklyn. The Williamsburg location, which has been in the works since 2014, will open its doors on Saturday, July 30 with a special celebration starting at 10 a.m.
The Cupertino-based company announced the news on its website, promising “something special” at the grand opening. The store is located in the heart of Williamsburg at 247 Bedford, offering easy access for local residents and tourists passing through the trendy neighborhood. Apple’s website also notes that the location will feature all the usual services, including a Genius Bar and special workshops.
Apple recently removed the scaffolding in front of the building, revealing a factory-style facade that blends into Williamsburg’s industrial architecture. The company is also apparently planning a second Brooklyn location, and we may learn more after this first store officially opens later this month.