After the Apple Store and the Microsoft Store, here comes the time of the Google Store. According to a report in the Chicago Tribune, Silicon Valley is preparing to sign a lease for the acquisition of 1300 square meters of space in a series of two-storey buildings. Chicago
The 845 and 853 W. Randolph Street would be affected by the contract, close to the Chicago headquarters. According to this report, it is still expected that these buildings will house the first Google Store of the digital giant.
The brand's product line continues to grow: from connected Google Home speakers to Pixel phones, VR DayDream helmets. The reach of Google is largely sufficient to open a store to offer the devices it sells today only online or through partner stores.
In addition to the simple commercial aspect, Google could develop workshops and courses on the use of its products in its stores, such as Apple. This is a remarkable interest in brick (or glass) stores compared to a digital store.
To date, no real Google store has been created, except for pop-up stores offering the brand's products. The company also sailed a ship in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2013. There was every reason to believe that the company would present its Google Glass, but the event never took place.