Saks One of the stores responsible for Fifth Avenue’s reputation as a world-class shopping destination is its main store in Midtown Manhattan. In 1917, Horace Saks began looking for Fifth Avenue property for a new huge department store, but preparations were halted when the United States entered World War I. By the early 1920s, postwar progress had accelerated, assuring Saks that the time had come. The construction of the ten-story flagship store began in October 1922 and was finished in two years. The now-iconic Saks Fifth Avenue store opened in September 1924, amid great fanfare.
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