Earlier this week, we noted that this weekend’s group of Apple retail store grand openings would be headlined by the company’s Causeway Bay flagship location in Hong Kong. The store features three levels, with a 30-foot tall glass curtain wall making a significant impact on the shopping center.
With the store set to open to the public tomorrow, Apple has been putting the finishing touches on it and has unveiled the store for passersby to see. ifoAppleStore’s Gary Allen pointed to an image posted to Flickr showing showing the full scale of the store’s glass facade.
M.I.C. gadget has also posted a number of photos of the store, as well as a short video giving a glimpse of the store from the outside.
As we previously noted, Apple is also opening new stores tomorrow in the following cities: Chengdu, China; Melbourne, Australia; and Malmö, Sweden. Apple is also opening its replacement Third Street Promenade store in Santa Monica, California tomorrow, moving into a much larger space. The new store is one of the first to use a design based on that of the Upper West Side store in Manhattan, with similar stores having already opened in Houston and Palo Alto.
Finally, Apple is opening a replacement Rockway store in New Jersey tomorrow, allowing Apple to close one of its last “mini-stores” in the U.S.