On one hand, the MTA must approve the materials, design plans and paint colors. Internal documents reveal that the MTA wants signs dark with jewel-toned colors and recommends specific paints like Benjamin Moore’s Georgian Brick. On the other hand, you have an organization like Apple that also likes to do things their own way which should allow for some serious head-butting between the two.
As we reported, the number of people that pass the location of the proposed store daily would probably make a Grand Central Station Apple Store the most popular location among the manufacturer's retail outlets.
source: NewYorkTimes via BGR