Nordstrom Downtown Seattle – Wikipedia



Development in Washington, United States

Nordstrom Downtown Seattle
Frederick & Nelson department store exterior, ca 1918 (MOHAI 5065).jpg

Authentic external sooner than renovation (1918)

Former names Frederick & Nelson Division Retailer
Basic knowledge
Architectural taste Neo-Renaissance
Deal with 500–524 Pine Boulevard, Seattle, Washington, United States

47°36′45″N 122°20′11″W / 47.61238660358308°N 122.33629043104952°W / 47.61238660358308; -122.33629043104952Coordinates: 47°36′45″N 122°20′11″W / 47.61238660358308°N 122.33629043104952°W / 47.61238660358308; -122.33629043104952

Present tenants Nordstrom (1998–provide)
Development began 1916
Opened 1918
Proprietor Nordstrom
Top 134 toes (41 m)
Technical main points
Flooring rely 12 (10 above floor, 12 underneath floor)
Flooring space 383,000 sq toes (35,600 m2)
Design and development
Structure company John Graham & Corporate
Web page
Nordstrom Downtown Seattle

Nordstrom Downtown Seattle, at the beginning referred to as the Frederick & Nelson Division Retailer, is a division retailer in Seattle, Washington on Pine Boulevard between 5th and 6th Avenues. It’s been a flagship retailer for Nordstrom since 1998, and was once at the beginning the flagship retailer for Frederick & Nelson from 1918–1992. The development was once designed via John Graham & Corporate within the Neo-Renaissance taste.[1] It was once granted landmark designation via the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board in October 1996.[2]


  1. ^

    “Nordstrom, Seattle”. Emporis. Retrieved July 9, 2022.

  2. ^ “Frederick & Nelson Development” (PDF). Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board. October 28, 1996. Retrieved July 9, 2022.

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