SEATTLE-Locally based Nordstrom Inc. plans to relocate its downtown Seattle Nordstrom Rack from the Broadacres building at 1601 Second Ave. at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Pine Street to Westlake Center. The relocated Nordstrom Rack is scheduled to open in spring 2012.

Geevy Thomas, president of Nordstrom Rack points out that the new location—entrance at the corners of Fifth and Pine Streets—will be larger and will “offer our newest Rack design features and make it easier for customers to shop both stores. Though we have a fondness for our old home on Second Avenue, we hope to better serve customers in the new store.”

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