Landmark status was approved on October 23, 1989 following a 6-0 vote.
August 1, 2003: The Bon Marche's name changed to "Bon-Macy's" as a marketing move by parent company Federated Department Stores of Cincinnati.
The Bon Marche features a 120 foot star on the corner of the building each Christmas season. There are also interactive display windows at street level.
One of Seattle's "home grown" major retail stores.
A wall at the main floor escalators, stretching from the main floor to the basement, features panels in the Art Deco style by Dudley Pratt. Entitled "The Spirit of Northwest Industry" it depicts aspects of the founding of the economy of Seattle.
Home of the famous Frango chocolate mint.
In 2005 Bon-Macy's is now simply Macy's.
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