By  on September 6, 2008

Macy's became a coast-to-coast merchant in 1945 when it opened a store at San Francisco’s Union Square, which continues as the retailer’s West Coast flagship and headquarters.

The Northern California store is made up of several 20th-century retail buildings that together cover almost a block, with doors opening on three streets. What shoppers see today is the result of a 1999 renovation that added a glass-front building facing Union Square that tied the structures together to create a 236,000-square-foot retail showcase fi lled with Macy’s higher-end merchandise.

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