After five months and $6.7 million, the Fifth Avenue Apple Store has finally re-opened to the public earlier today. The renovation project which began in early June saw the 90 panels that make up the glass cube replaced with 15 "larger, seamless pieces of glass," according to ifoAppleStore. The good folks at The Verge sent a photographer over to the store to snap some pics. You can peep some above. Head to their site to see more.
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