The new Apple store at 401 N. Michigan will cost an estimated $62 million to build, according to the Chicago building permit issued on Oct. 28.
Key subtrades include: Electrical – Super Electric Construction Co.; and plumbing, refrigeration and mechanical – Hill Mechanical Group. Power Construction is taking care of masonry work itself.
The Chicago Tribune reports that “the 20,000-sq. ft. store is going up, or more precisely, down, behind a temporary black wall lining the southern border of Pioneer Court at 401 N. Michigan Ave. Plans call for a high-profile but virtually transparent plaza-level entrance leading to the below-ground store overlooking the riverwalk.”
Image: Rendering of the Apple Store