The first Apple store in Brooklyn is opening up in Williamsburg sometime this year, you may have heard, at North 3rd St. It’ll feel pretty comfortable there, what with the nearby Starbucks, J. Crew, and Urban Outfitters. But anyway, the building, at 247 Bedford Avenue, is due for some renovations before the wares of Steve Jobs and his acolytes move into the space. What’ll it look like? Now we have at least a hint, courtesy of these renderings for the space by Marin Architects.
The renderings, which the folks at YIMBY dug up, are for the space before Apple was confirmed as the tenant, so there will likely be adjustments made to the original plans. (The New York Post column that announced Apple’s move mentioned, for example, arched windows, which these renderings don’t have.) But this is an indication of where things are headed.
In case you need a refresher of what the space looks like right now: It’s not quite in Apple-ready shape. Apparently it lacks central air and has mismatched ceiling heights. So long to that.