Here is the Sears in Midtown Houston which recently celebrated their 75th anniversary. The store is located a few miles south of downtown Houston. This area of Houston is undergoing a transformation and many new developments have caused the land value to skyrocket. The store continues to stay busy and is in a prime location.
The store as viewed from the US 59 and Fannin exit ramp. The store was designed to stand out and still does.
Now we go to the inside of the store on the basement level.
Electronics, Appliances, Tools, Fitness, Mattresses, Vacuums, Small Appliances, Furniture, Lawn and Garden and Seasonal departments are located on this level.
Fitness and hardware
Christmas 2015 display
More of the basement level
A closeup of the vintage clock.
The power shop sign could use some help. Many of the tools are locked up in glass cases at this location.
Now up to the 2nd floor or 3rd floor.
Children's, Lingerie, Home Goods, Bath, and As Seen on TV are on this level. You can see some of the old Sears wall coverings partially covered. I wonder what this corner of the store was originally, maybe a restaurant.
A closeup of the old store fixtures.
A wide view of the 2nd or 3rd level.
An old exit sign at the entrance to the stairwell.
A picture of Sam Houston in the stairwell.
Now for the 1st or 2nd floor of the store.
This is the main level of the store you enter from the street. Shoes, Men's, and Women's clothing are on this level.
The pick up area of the store.
A different view of the store.
A couple more interior photos
The empty video game case in the electronics department just before it was removed.
This corner of the electronics department now features mattresses due to the continued shrinkage of all Sears electronics departments.
Here is how the store looks at night.
The Sears auto center with the main store in the background.
The sign can be seen to the left of this photo with Downtown Houston in the background.