California Apple Store Expansion Set for Saturday Opening

Apple is set to enhance its footprint in California with the upcoming re-launch of the Victoria Gardens Store in Rancho Cucamonga this coming weekend. Originally inaugurated in October 2004, the store was a modern retail space at the time, spanning 3,000 square feet and initially stocked with G5 Towers, G5 iMacs, and eMacs when it first opened its doors seven years prior.

The store has since relocated and undergone significant architectural enhancements.

It now occupies a 6,000 square foot area, effectively doubling its previous size. The entrance has also been expanded to 60 feet in width and features a modern stone and glass facade, replacing the original steel, aligning with Apple’s current retail store aesthetics.

The grand reopening of the Victoria Gardens store is scheduled for this Saturday, October 22 at 10:00 a.m.


[via ifoAppleStore]


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