The Commons at Federal Way

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The Commons at Federal Way
The Commons At Federal Way.jpg
Location Downtown Federal Way, Washington
Coordinates 47°18′48″N 122°18′31″W / 47.313397°N 122.308576°W / 47.313397; -122.308576Coordinates: 47°18′48″N 122°18′31″W / 47.313397°N 122.308576°W / 47.313397; -122.308576
Address 1928 S Commons, Federal Way, WA
Opening date 1975
Management Charles Sullivan
Owner Steadfast Commercial Properties
No. of stores and services 100+
No. of anchor tenants 6
Total retail floor area 736,000 sq ft (68,400 m2)
No. of floors 1 (2 at Macy's & Sears)
Parking Outdoor, Lot
Website http://www.shopthecommonsmall.com

The Commons at Federal Way (formerly SeaTac Mall) is a regional [1] shopping mall located in Federal Way, Washington and is the only indoor shopping center in the city.[2] The current owners, Steadfast Commercial Properties, changed the name to The Commons at Federal Way. Ongoing improvements to the shopping center are expected to improve sales upon an expected $25 to $30 per square foot by year’s end.

The original developer was Harry Newman of Newman Properties. SeaTac Mall opened in 1975 on a forested, swampy pasture that was the homestead of Mabel Webb Alexander, who arrived in Washington in 1879 and died at age 96. For many years the original SeaTac mall used a thunderbird in the logo and had a mascot, Thudius T. Thunderbird.

The original Cinnabon opened at SeaTac Mall in December 1985.[3]

Today, The Commons at Federal Way has over 90 stores and features Macy's, Sears, Target, Kohl's, as well as a Food Court and a Century Theaters complex. Dick's Sporting Goods opened in October 2014.

Other recognizable retailers at The Commons include Famous Footwear, Victoria's Secret, Bath & Body Works, Lane Bryant, Wet Seal, Kay Jewelers, Tilt Arcade, & more.

New store openings at The Commons at Federal Way:

  • Honor Coffee & Tea
  • Daiso (Relocated to larger location)
  • Murasaki Bridal & Formal Wear
  • Baker's Dozen Cupcakes & Espresso

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.metrokc.gov/assessor/AreaReports/2007/Commercial/250.pdf[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-07. Retrieved 2007-10-21. 
  3. ^ "Cinnabon closes store at Westfield Vancouver mall". The Columbian. 16 January 2010. Retrieved 31 May 2010. 

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