This week's closure of Lord & Taylor's iconic flagship Fifth Avenue store in Manhattan marks the end of the retail giant's remarkable 193-year run in New York City.

Forty-five smaller stores will remain open, primarily along the eastern seaboard. But the 11-story building, which first opened on February 24, 1914, was recently sold for $850 million to WeWork Property Advisors, a real estate investment group.

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