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Apple Biltmore moves to the Scottsdale Fashion Square on September 29, the reopening of Green Hills after renovation

Just a week after the launch of the iPhone XS and Apple Series 4, Apple will move or reopen two of its stores in the United States. Both openings will take place on Saturday, September 29 at 10:00 AM. local time and closely follows the planned September 21 move from Apple Eastview in Victor, New York to a more extensive shop front. Friday is also marked by the completion of Apple Suzhou, the company's 505th store.

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The new Apple store in the Scottsdale Fashion Square mall was unveiled for the first time in January, when illustrations of the multi-level structure were published by the city of Scottsdale. The new space is located on the site of a former Barneys New York department store and combines Apple's current store design with echoes of the airy modernism of Palm Springs.

To make room for the extensive store, Apple closes their outdated and cred existing location 7 miles away in Biltmore Fashion Park. The current store is one of the oldest stores of Apple and was originally opened in March 2002. The space has remained largely the same since the mall moved in 2008.

Current stores in Biltmore Fashion Park and The Mall at Green Hills.

Apple Green Hills in Nashville, Tennessee was closed last February due to renovations. The long closing closes just in time for the coming Christmas season. Strongly expanded from its 2005 footprint, the updated store should resemble similar recently opened stores in Charlotte, North Carolina and Orland Park, Illinois.

Apple Green Hills during renovations (via Instagram.)

If you are planning to attend one of the major openings, we would like to see your photo's of the line and new stores. You can also follow our Apple trade guide for more store news.


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