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What does DDS stand for?

DDS stands for Diamond Department Store


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Share Diamond Department Store Built in 1927 on the site where the old state capitol had burned in 1921, Charleston’s grand Diamond department store was among West Virginia’s flagship retail establishments. Designed by architect Charles Haviland, the original building was a state-of-the-art store. Its five floors featured daylight lighting, arcade display windows, modern ventilation, three fast elevators, and a pneumatic tube system to convey cash and receipts between sales stations and the central office.
Located on the first to fourth floors of Diamond Plaza the Diamond Department Store will cater for all your shopping needs ranging from luxury goods including jewelry, leather and glassware, cosmetics and perfumery, women’s and men’s fashion, lingerie, footwear, sporting goods, watches, home appliances, manchester and furnishing etc. For convenience a Select Mart is situated on the 4th floor for all your household needs.