The Beatles move into the Apple headquarters at 3 Savile Row, London

Monday, July 15, 1968

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From 15 July 1968: The Beatles move into the Apple headquarters at 3 Savile Row, London (beatlesbible.com):

The Beatles had purchased 3 Savile Row in London on 22 June 1968, for £500,000. On this day they moved into the building.

3 Savile Row was the headquarters for Apple Corps, which had previously been based at 94 Baker Street and 95 Wigmore Street. This, however, was the first time they had an entire building to themselves.

Each of The Beatles had an office in the Georgian townhouse. There was a recording studio in the basement, in which much of the Let It Be album was made, and on 30 January 1969 the celebrated rooftop performance was held atop the building. […]

Last updated on July 4, 2021

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