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Bellevue Square, Bellevue

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
Bellevue Square is a shopping center in Bellevue, Washington. The mall has 180 retail stores, with anchors Macy's, Nordstrom and Crate and Barrel and specialty stores such as Tiffany's, Hugo Boss, Armani Exchange, Lego, Victorinox Swiss Army, and the Microsoft Store. Restaurants include P.F. Chang's, The Cheesecake Factory, Red Robin, and Ruth's Chris Steak House. Bellevue Square also offers concierge services, valet parking, and children's play area.Bellevue Square attracts over 16 million visitors annually who individually spend nearly two hours per trip spending $126, well above the national average. Over $600 is spent for every square foot of retail space each year.HistoryBellevue Square was first opened in 1946, trading under the name "Bellevue Shopping Square", with the first suburban department store opened by Marshall Field & Co. through its Seattle-based subsidiary, Frederick & Nelson.
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  • The evolution of BelSqr from the one story walk around mall to the 200+ store shopping magnet of the east side. Has wide selection of products aimed a the middle class to the mega Microsoft is. Well l...  read more »
  • Let's be honest, this is an expensive mall. It is possible to find cheaper places within the mall. It's a fun place to walk around and look at pretty things. There are lots of stores. It's a great pla...  read more »
  • Most of the brands you want to shop in Nordstrom and Macy's also a LEGO store in connected, we can see all the brands you can relax between those who are a heck of a lot of shopping to optimum
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  • Nice stores and food options. A great way to stay cool in the summer heat. The area has great restaurants within walking distance. Very nice area.
  • Very confusing mall. Parking is awful in relation to finding where you want to be and then your way back. Some pretty good shops and some snooty useless ones. Breakfast sandwiches @ Beecher's are good & the Microsoft store has a VR display which is pretty cool. Not much to say it's a mall :)
  • I enjoyed it more, in the 1980s, but still so wonderful. 1. Unique shops, which you can't easily find elsewhere. 2. Skylights. 3. Professional people. 4. Charm. I don't care for Nordstrom, at all. Without exception, every time I had any questions, unless I actually bought something, there was never any help there.
  • It's Bell SQ. So different from when I was a kid. Too snooty. But it is nice to a have a Lego store nearby! Avoid the kids play area at all costs! Even tho my kids love it there, it is utter chaos. Parents not paying attention to their kids, just letting them run crazy. Of course play areas are for that, but when it's 10 times over capacity, and parents are watching their phones rather than kids, trouble is around the corner! Plus, no gate to play area, which is right by the elevator and steep stairs. I understand for fire safety there can't be one, but I've seen far too many kids, lil kids, go down the stairs and elevator without a parent! Scary! But the ferry toy is still there for nostalgia so that's cool!
  • Great food, great shopping, and the kids area is perfect. Kids Corner is an entire floor, so I don't have to worry about little ones running away. Also, bathrooms are awesome. They are clean, cozy, and well-stocked.
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