DC may soon have a second Apple store, and you won't have to battle for Georgetown parking when you go.
According to Washington Post blogger Steven Pearlstein's Sunday look at the CityCenter DC development that is currently under construction, Apple is considering bringing a flagship store to downtown D.C.
The CityCenter development is being built at the site of the old convention center in Northwest. The complex is currently under construction between 9th and 11th streets and H Street and New York Avenue. It will eventually include 520,000 square feet of office space, hundreds of apartments and condos, and retail space. There will be plenty of underground parking at the complex.
Apple's only store in D.C. is on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown.