Apple in nogotiations to open a store in Carnegie Library

With its only District location in Georgetown, Apple still has yet to open a store in downtown DC. That could be about to change.

The tech giant is in negotiations to open a store in the historic Carnegie Library in Mount Vernon Square, the Washington Post reports. The 113-year-old, 63k SF building is publicly owned and has protected status, which has made it difficult to reuse. The International Spy Museum had looked to open there but had its design rejected by the Historic Preservation Review Board and decided to move to L’Enfant Plaza instead.

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