If you live in NYC and want to visit an Apple store, you can either hit up one of the four located in Manhattan, or you can trek to Staten Island. Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz doesn't understand why that is. Let him tell it, there should be one in Kings County.
Markowitz wanted Apple to set up shop in new retail space opened up in the downtown Brooklyn Municiple Building, but the company decided against it. This comes on the heels of news that Apple will be building a new, larger location in Grand Central Station.
"I seriously just don’t get it," Markowitz told the NY Post beore adding that Apple and Steve Jobs "won’t reach the big-time until Apple finally opens a store [in Brooklyn]".
Maybe Marty should holler at Hov and Prokhorov.