Apple has publicly announced that the Apple Store, located at Mount Vernon Square in Washington, DC, will open at 10 am this Saturday. In order to build a new store, Apple showed the new Apple Store in advance through the official Newsroom channel.
▲ Retail store atrium will host Today at Apple lectures
Deirdre O'Brien, Apple's new senior vice president of retail business, said, "Whether users come to explore our new products, seek help from our geniuses, or unleash their creativity at the Today at Apple Lecture, Carnegie Books The Apple Store retail store is a place for everyone. We are happy to share this magnificent space with all of our friends in Washington, DC, and provide an inspirational home for the next generation."
▲ A huge staircase leads to the second-floor historical center of the SAR
Ivy said, "I like the synergy between old and new, the coexistence of historic architecture and modern design. In the "new" stage of his life, Apple Carnegie Library will be our idea to share our products. And a way of excitement, while giving people a sense of community and encouraging and fostering creativity. It is a great honour to restore the Carnegie Library to the people of Washington, DC."
▲ The marble exterior of Vermont and the sculptures on the south side of the building have been completely restored.
According to Apple, the company has 225 professionally trained employees for Carnegie retail stores. Nearly half are local residents of Washington, DC. The retail team speaks 27 languages and more than 20 team members can speak American sign language fluently.