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Northgate Mall Seattle Washington

401 NE Northgate Way
Seattle, WA 98125

(206) 362-4778
Northgate Mall is located 5 miles north of downtown Seattle off the Interstate 5 corridor at exit 173.

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(BJP) Body Jewelry Plus
Activate Cellular
Aeropostale
Alana - Antique & Estate Jewelry
American Eagle Outfitters
Ann Taylor Loft
Arc Watch Works
Art Optical
As Seen On TV
AT&T
Auntie Anne's Pretzels
Azteca Mexican Restaurant
Bakers
Bank of America
Barnes & Noble
Baskin Robbins
Bath & Body Works
Bed Bath & Beyond
Ben Bridge Jewelers
Bergman Luggage
Bluefin Sushi and Seafood Buffet
Boss Wear
Brookstone
California Pizza Kitchen
Chipotle Mexican Grill
Christopher & Banks
Cinnabon
Claire's Boutique
Clearwire
Comcast
Diamond Wireless
DSW
Eddie Bauer
Excalibur Cutlery & Gifts
Express
Finish Line
Footaction USA
Fred Meyer Jewelers
Fuego
Game Stop
Gap
Gene Juarez Salon
GNC
Godiva Chocolatier
Gymboree
Helzberg Diamonds
Hollister & Co.
Icing
Ivar's Seafood Bar
JCPenney
Journeys
Just Sports
Key Bank
Kidd Valley
Kits Cameras
Lane Bryant
LensCrafters
Life Uniform
Macy*s
Magic Nails
Mark's Hallmark
Massage Envy
MasterCuts
Millennium Wireless
Motherhood Maternity
My Favorite Shirts
Natureway Nutrition
News @ Northgate
Nordstrom
Northgate Cobblers
PacSun
Panda Express
Panera Bread
Papaya
Papyrus
Payless ShoeSource
Perfumania
Piercing Pagoda
Precision Time
Qwest Solution Center
RadioShack
Rave
Red Robin
Regis Salons
Romano's Macaroni Grill
Romy
Rosetta Stone
Sarku Japan
Sbarro
See's Candies
Select Comfort
Silverworks
Simon Guest Services
Simon Youth Foundation - Educational Resource Center
Skechers
Sprint
Stanford's
Starbucks Coffee
Subway
Sunglass Designs
Sunglass Hut
Sunglass Hut International
T-Mobile
T-Mobile Store
Taco Time
Tall's Camera
Thai Go
That Kitchen Shop
The Body Shop
The Mobile Solution
The Ram Restaurant
The Walking Company
Torrid
Toys "R" Us
Trade Secret
Treasure Island
Ulta
Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless Kiosk
Victoria's Secret
Weisfield Jewelers
Wet Seal
Wilsons Leather
Zales Jewelers
Zumiez

 

 


From Wikipedia:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northgate_Mall_%28Seattle%29

Northgate Mall opened with eighteen stores to instant success in 1950. Northgate was the first of three Puget Sound-area malls developed by Allied Stores (parent company of The Bon Marché) and designed by Seattle architect John Graham, Jr. The development was built over part of Thornton Creek, on land that had been a cranberry bog in Maple Leaf neighborhood. Northgate was the first regional shopping center in the United States to be described as a mall, in this instance a double row of stores facing each other across a covered pedestrian walkway. (also the first mall to have public restrooms.)

In 1952, Redmond sculptor Dudley C. Carter designed and carved the 59-foot (18 m) cedar totem pole that decorates the grand entrance to the mall. The mall was originally anchored by The Bon Marché (renamed Macy's 2005).

Other tenants signing on early that still exist were National Bank of Commerce (bought by Norwest, renamed Wells Fargo), locally-owned Nordstrom shoes (which opened a full-fledged anchor store in 1965), and later JCPenney and Lamonts. After the acquisition of the Lamonts department store chain by Gottschalks in 2000, Gottschalks was located at Northgate Mall until September 2006. It closed after six years due to underperforming sales, and the former location is currently the home to DSW Shoes and Bed Bath and Beyond.

Capitalizing on Northgate's success, Allied Stores commissioned Graham to design the fully enclosed Tacoma Mall, which opened in 1964, and Tukwila's Southcenter Mall in 1968. Northgate was enclosed in 1974. By 1980, there were 123 stores. Construction began summer 2006 on a 100,000-square-foot (9,300 m²) addition to the mall and was completed in Early 2008. Anchor stores are Toys "R" Us, Nordstrom, Macy's, J.C. Penney, and Bed Bath and Beyond.

In 2006, Simon Properties embarked on an expansion of Northgate Mall in part because of the city's plan for revitalizing the Northgate neighborhood. The expansion plans included a new outdoor "urban-village" on the western end of the mall facing Interstate 5. This village opened in November 2007