Fashion retailer Esprit, which already has four outlets in New York City, is reportedly in talks with Apple to take over its lease at 21-25 West 34th Street, where Apple was set to build a store until CEO Steve Jobs chose not to go forward with the site. Apple reportedly pays nearly $6 million annually in rent for the space. The site has the capacity for a three-story, 18,000-square-foot store.
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