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NYC's Grand Central Apple store opening to boost foot traffic

Posted on December 8, 2011

Grand Central Station photo credit:  (C) NYC & Co./Alex Lopez
Grand Central Station photo credit:  (C) NYC & Co./Alex Lopez
NEW YORK CITY — Apple's newest store, a 23,000-square-foot space located in Grand Central Terminal, will open to the public on Friday. The owner of the space, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, says the draw of the Apple name promises to increase foot traffic to other businesses at the terminal, which is visited by about 750,000 people daily and is home to the Metro-North commuter railroad, according to a Washington Post report. To read the full story, click here.

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