|ON BROADWAY... AS VIEWED FROM 34TH STREET.|
There's still a huge billboard out front claiming Macy's 34th Street to be the world's largest store. But I've read that a South Korea chain, Shinsegae, took that honor in 2009 (after Macy's had held it since 1924). Either way, at 2.2 million square feet (205,000 square meters), it can keep bragging.
I didn't have time to visit more than the main floor and "The Cellar," a store of its own with cafes, shopping, and a new men's accessories department. I'm sorry I don't have more photos to share. I was too busy shopping.
|ENTERING FROM 34TH STREET.|
|AMID ALL THE CONTEMPORARY, THEY'VE RETAINED|
THE ORIGINAL WOODEN ESCALATORS TO AND FROM THE CELLAR.
|A TINY SECTION OF "THE CELLAR."|
CAFES AND SO MUCH MORE...
|LOOKING TOWARDS THE 34TH STREET DOORS.|
|AND BACK TO BROADWAY.|