The Apple Apartments
"A beautiful place for beautiful people''
The Apple Apartments
94 Baker Street, Marylebone, London, UK

94 Baker Street welcomes The Apple Apartments “A beautiful place for beautiful people”. 
A Boutique, luxury development of 5 apartments, formally housing the Beatles Apple Records and Apple Boutique.  
A Blue Plaque was erected on the 17th March 2013 to commemorate John Lennon and George Harrison.
The Apple Boutique’s grand opening was on 5 December 1967 at 7:46 p.m. with (non-alcoholic) apple juice as the only beverage. George Harrison and John Lennon attended, along with their wives, and Eric Clapton, Cilla Black and Jack Bruce. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr failed to show. It opened to the public two days later.

Three Dutch artists, Marijke Koeger, Simon Posthuma and Josje Leeger, collectively known as The Fool, designed the psychedelic mural, which was painted three storeys high on the facade, by art students. However, they had never received permission, and in May, 1968, the council had it repainted white.
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Apartments in the building are designed with a monochrome palette and offer an open plan design in its main living areas. They are also equipped with concealed kitchens, Italian slab floors, and Philip Starck designer sanitary ware, bespoke wardrobes and multi-room audio-visual systems. The apartments also feature commissioned artwork by Keith Haynes, who used original Beatles vinyl albums and singles from the 1960s.
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