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The outside of an Apple store.

Tech powerhouse Apple will open its second location in the borough this weekend at Two Trees’ 300 Ashland in Fort Greene/Downtown Brooklyn.

“From the very beginning, Two Trees knew this unmatched, high-design building, coupled with its prime location, was the perfect place for an Apple store,” said Two Trees principal Jed Walentas. “Two Trees is thrilled to officially welcome Apple to this iconic corner in the heart of Brooklyn.”

The property is a 32-story, 379-unit mixed-use residential tower located at the gateway of the Brooklyn Cultural District and anchored by 50,000 square feet of cultural space, including BAM Cinemas and a new Brooklyn Public Library branch.

The store’s grand opening is slated for 10 a.m. on Saturday, December 2.

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