Reported by 9to5Mac, Apple has opened its store in Cherry Hill, New Jersey today. The newly designed store now has an outdoor plaza with seating, as well as a huge green wall that is in the infant’s growth stages.
Wooden tables arranged under trees dot the entrance to Apple Cherry Hill from the outside. A trellis-green wall in the shopping center faces the entrance and calms the place with climbing trees that one day scale the entire surface of the building. Enclosing floor-to-ceiling windows form the entrance to the store, only divided by a revolving door until they abut a stone recess with a glowing Apple logo. Plank ceiling begins at the overhang of the building and extends inwards throughout the store.
Inside, the store has the company’s signature video wall, a Genius Bar and the popular Forum for Today at Apple sessions.
Like all of Apple’s newest stores, Avenue displays display the walls to display products and accessory collections. Tables extend to the entrance of the mall, which opens with pivot doors framed in silver finish instead of matte black, a design first for any indoor mall store in the United States.
9to5Mac notes that the store still follows the COVID-19 guidelines, which recommend those who want to check out the new store, to book an appointment to avoid potential waiting time.
If you want to safely visit the new Apple Cherry Hill, you can book a session to shop with a specialist for the best experience. Apple’s health and safety guidelines are still in place, and you may have to wait before entering the store.
You can order an appointment in the store by going to the Apple Cherry Hill website.
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