By  on September 12, 2019

Good things happen to those who wait — or so Apple’s Deirdre O’Brien, senior vice president of retail and people, seemed to suggest about Apple Fifth Avenue’s reopening in Manhattan on Sept. 20.

Speaking to WWD after her first onstage appearance at Apple’s iPhone and watch event on Tuesday, O’Brien couldn’t contain her enthusiasm. Finally, after almost three years of construction and remodeling, New Yorkers and visitors will finally be able to peer inside the large glass cube that sits atop Apple’s underground flagship.

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