Amazon will open its first in-the-flesh bookstore in Seattle on Tuesday morning.
The store, Amazon Books, located in the city’s University Village shopping center, will include reviews posted under books and outward-facing book displays emphasizing cover art, Mashable reports.
The store’s placement could be a strategic move on the tech giant’s part — not only are the company headquarters based in Seattle, the West Coast city reportedly has the most book readers per capita out of any city in the U.S.
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