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An Amazon Go store appeared in Manhattan Tuesday morning, leading to long lines by noon. It’s Amazon’s first cashier-less store in New York. | Photos by Jeff John Roberts
Amazon and New York City are friends again. Months after the retail giant quit the city in a huff over opposition to its planned corporate headquarters, an Amazon Go store quietly appeared in Manhattan at dawn on Tuesday morning.
New Yorkers greeted the arrival of the cashier-less store warmly, lining up to buy sandwiches, snacks and an assortment of local food items. By noon, the crowd was dozens deep as people clamored to enter the store 1300 square foot store, which proclaims “No Lines, No Checkout.”