The location at 12, Rue HalÃ©vy comprises a light-filled, soaring interior space tucked behind arched windows, all facing onto an unusually large intersection that provides a view of the faÃ§ade from many angles.
A large posting on the exterior of the building notes that a building permit was issued February 23rd for the reconstruction of a âhotel and shop,â the latter space of which is confirmed to have been leased by Apple. The project stretches some 81,300 square-feet on a 13,200 square-foot lot, according to the permit.
AÂ panoramic photo of the interior of the future Apple shop is available, showing the use of protective materials on the walls and columns during the ongoing construction process. You can also check out the intersection outside the store using Google Streetview.
The Apple store will occupy the right two-thirds of the 112-foot buildingâs ground level, or address #12 — a space defined by the five left-most arches in the first photo, below. For photos of the cavernous space under construction as the site of Paris' first Apple store, please see this earlier report.