Today’s tech news: Google cancels Retail Store space in Chicago

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Google is surrendering plans to open a two-story retail location in the Fulton Market area of Chicago. Google was looking at the area, a 14,000-square-foot retail space on W. Randolph Street, as of August a year ago. Presently, the space is being appeared other potential organizations after Google left marking a rent.

There’s no sign that Google is surrendering altogether on physical retail. There could have been an issue with the rent terms, the structure or its area, or any number of different obstacles that pushed Google to leave opening its first enormous retail location in the city. However, it seems to show that the way toward opening such a space is sufficiently intricate to have shielded Google from having its very own Apple Store-like nearness for Pixel and keen home gadgets.

Google operates various spring up stores around the nation, typically attached to new Pixel discharges. What’s more, it bodes well that, as the organization keeps on venturing into the brilliant home and the more extensive purchaser hardware industry, that it’d need an increasingly firm and controlled retail condition in the vein of the Apple Store. In any case, it would seem that Chicago inhabitants and Google fans should hang tight somewhat longer for a store like that to open, on the off chance that it ever does by any stretch of the imagination.

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