Apple has officially confirmed a September 19th opening date for its first Belgian retail store, via the colorful barricade set around the new Brussels location, located at Gulden Vliesdaan 26-28. The opening date was also confirmed by the Cupertino firm, via Apple Nieuws Vlaanderen.
The wording on the hoarding reads ‘Creativity, to be continued,’ and features paintings by local artists (below). The store is a large one, at 1500 square metres, reports iCulture. The store is not yet shown on Apple’s website.
Apple first began listing job openings for the new store back in December 2014, with more listings appearing in May of this year. 9to5Mac notes that other job listings indicate the company plans a second Belgian store, in Antwerp. The former Trade Fair building is being suggested as a possible location for that store.