Hoboken Apple Store?

Is a Hoboken Apple Store coming next?

Quick rumor central! A Hoboken411 reader said this morning that a Hoboken Apple Store will be replacing Tutta Pasta at 200 Washington Street.

We haven’t confirmed that yet – and the location is not listed on Apple’s store location page.

But if it did come to Hoboken – you would have a more personalized experience rather than shopping online. Apple says this about their retail stores: “Our Specialists know Apple products better than anyone, so if you need advice or want someone to guide you through a test drive, just ask us. We’ll take the time to answer all your questions. And because we don’t work on commission, we won’t try to sell you something you don’t want. After you buy, we’ll even get your Apple product set up. We’ll show you its key features, transfer your contacts, get you started with iCloud, and more — before you leave the store.”

If true – this would be one of the busiest stores in town, as everyone has an Apple device!

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14 Comments on "Hoboken Apple Store?"

jdmatt74
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jdmatt74

I’ve seen small Apple stores but never a multilevel Apple store. No way.

Mitch Ultimato
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Mitch Ultimato

The Soho store is on two levels and the 14th Street store in NYC is on three.[quote comment=”219856″]I’ve seen small Apple stores but never a multilevel Apple store. No way.[/quote]

BklynHobo
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There are many multilevel Apple Stores…Boston as cambie said, London, Paris, Sydney, Munich, Buenos Aires, Chicago, Hong Kong, Glasgow, Amsterdam, Montreal, and others…and hopefully Hoboken soon![quote comment=”219856″]I’ve seen small Apple stores but never a multilevel Apple store. No way.[/quote]

beyondee7
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beyondee7

And New York! The one on 14th St. is multilevel.[quote comment=”219863″]There are many multilevel Apple Stores…Boston as cambie said, London, Paris, Sydney, Munich, Buenos Aires, Chicago, Hong Kong, Glasgow, Amsterdam, Montreal, and others…and hopefully Hoboken soon![/quote]

Steam
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Steam

Try venturing over to that big city just to the east – the SoHo, Meatpacking, and Flagship/5th Avenue Apple Stores are all multi-level.[quote comment=”219856″]I’ve seen small Apple stores but never a multilevel Apple store. No way.[/quote]

cambie
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cambie

The one in back bay Boston is multilevel[quote comment=”219856″]I’ve seen small Apple stores but never a multilevel Apple store. No way.[/quote]

The Professor
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The Professor

Maybe they are keeping it under wraps for loss prevention purposes, until they have the security systems all updated and concealed from view?

HomeTeam
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HomeTeam

Far too small of a footprint for an Apple store.

Angry Bird
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Angry Bird

Actually- the Apple Store at the Rockaway Townsquare Mall is way smaller than that space. [quote comment=”219844″]Far too small of a footprint for an Apple store.[/quote]

Mitch Ultimato
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Mitch Ultimato

The Paramus store is pretty small, and Tutta Pasta is two floors so they could have the genius bar upstairs and all of the product displays downstairs. It would be smaller than the ones in the city but is not improbable. [quote comment=”219844″]Far too small of a footprint for an Apple store.[/quote]

Frankie
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Frankie

The 200 lounge on the second floor is also closed, so it is still possible. Once you gut the place, the footprint of the two floors is quite large. I’ve seen apple stores in shopping malls that are smaller than this.[quote comment=”219844″]Far too small of a footprint for an Apple store.[/quote]

Deadpool
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Deadpool

I was thinking the same thing, only way I see them fitting an Apple store in there is if they take over the whole place and make it more than one floor. Definitely don’t have the space for the typical Apple store with just the 1st floor of Tutta Pasta.[quote comment=”219844″]Far too small of a footprint for an Apple store.[/quote]

hoboken0226
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hoboken0226

I highly doubt it. I would not expect Apple to keep it hush by covering their windows. They are the last ones that would ever do that. Anyway shame on Tutta Pasta…no sign saying good-bye nothing. It’s not like they were around for a year or whatever. They were around for a long time. The least they could have done was put a sign up or something so we’re not all wondering what the heck happened. Good riddance I guess…the food was crappy anyway……..

Frankie
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Frankie

Will quickly become the number one spot for pedestrians hit by cars when they all leave the store pecking on their phones.

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