The Apple Store is coming to the Chicago River. Well, right beside it.
Apple is building a new location on North Michigan River, right on the Chicago River.
And the price tag doesn’t come cheap. This glass-enclosed facility will cost the company a projected $62 million, according to a construction permit issued by the city on Friday. This does not include the totally permit fee of $11,059.97.
The building will be constructed by the river on the southern border of Pioneer Court at 401 N. Michigan Ave. They have started working towards the building, but the construction permit was the light to get started on the entire project.
This store will join the other 306 apple stores in the country and will be the fourth in the city of Chicago. This store will help surpass the three Apple Stores in Los Angeles, but inch closer to the seven Apple Stores in New York City.
Apple has not provided a timeline for the construction of the event as of now.