|One of America's best-known retailers was once|
a local firm, growing from a shoe store into a
fashion-oriented specialty store by acquiring
| In the early 1970s, the store built its Seattle flagship,|
with a new section (center) between the remodeled
Nordstrom's Shoes building (left) and a new wing
on the site of the original Best's Apparel structure.
|The original Nordstrom's Shoes building was partially|
faced with travertine and given a verdigris copper
marquis like the rest of the building. This phase
opened in October of 1973.
|The Pike Street facade of the new Nordstrom flag-|
ship, which housed the men's shops and store
|The building which housed Best's Apparel, acquired|
by Nordstrom in 1963, was removed and replaced
with a new building at Fifth and Pine.
|At the time of its completion, the store changed its name|
from Nordstrom Best to simply Nordstrom and intro-
duced a new logo as well.
5th and Pine
The Shoe Rack • The Clothes Rack
Women's Shoes • Daniel Louis Fine Jewelry • Jewelry • Jewelry Art • Handbags • Small Leathers • Les Must de Cartier • Gloves • Hosiery • Cosmetics • Blouses and Coordinates • Stationery • Candy • Fortnum & Mason Ltd. • Men's Furnishings • Men's Accessories • Men's Sportswear • Men's Shoes • Polo Shop
Salon Shops The Garden Room • The County Shop • The Hunting Quarter • Salon Furs • Salon Shoes • Bridal Shop • Bonnie Cashin Boutique • Evening Shop
Collector's Shops • The Parlor • The Solarium • The Library
Savvy • Intimate Apparel • Lingerie • At-Home Shop • The Body Shop • Gift Galleries • Nordstrom Gallery • Needlepoint Studio • Travel Bazaar • Personal Touch • Men's Clothing
Town Square Town Square Dresses • Town Square Knits • Town Square Coats • Town Square Suits
Point of View Shop • The Brass Rail • Customer Service
Brass Plum • Brass Plum Shoes • Sportswear • Individualist Sportswear • Children's Shop • Children's Shoes • Active Sports Ltd. • Nordstrom Cafe • General Offices
Alterations • Will-Call • Credit Office • The Show Room
316 East Yakima Ave.
Acquired Nicholas Ungar 1966
New Store October 1977
45th St. and University Way
Main at Post
|South Coast Plaza|
Costa Mesa, CA
Coming in due course.