Macy’s To Close 11 Stores

Macy’s To Close 11 Stores

Friday, January 9, 2009 by Wendy Lam

Photo by Chirag @ Picasa

According to WSJ, Macy’s is shutting 11 stores due to a rough holiday season- sales for December fell 4%. “Macy said final clearance sales at the stores will begin within the next week, except for the Hawaii store, which will not hold a final sale.” Will this affect your shopping? Crazy! Thanks to reader Linda for the tip.

Check out which stores after the jump…

– Ernst & Young Plaza (Citicorp Plaza), Los Angeles (135,000 square feet; 136 employees; opened in 1986)
– The Citadel, Colorado Springs, Colo. (195,000 square feet; 105 employees; opened in 1984)
– Westminster Mall, Westminster, Colo. (156,000 square feet; 110 employees; opened in 1986)
– Palm Beach Mall, West Palm Beach, Fla. (190,000 square feet; 71 employees; opened in 1979)
– Mauna Lani Bay Hotel, Island of Hawaii (3,000 square feet; 3 employees; opened in 1983)
– Lafayette Square, Indianapolis (160,000 square feet; 84 employees; opened in 1974)
– Brookdale Center, Brooklyn Center, Minn. (195,000 square feet; 72 employees; opened in 1966)
– Crestwood Mall, St. Louis (166,000 square feet; 176 employees; opened in 1969)
– Natrona Heights Plaza, Natrona Heights, Pa. (73,000 square feet; 124 employees; opened in 1956)
– Century III Furniture and Clearance, West Mifflin, Pa. (83,000 square feet; 3 employees; opened in 2000)
– Bellevue Center, Nashville, Tenn. (211,000 square feet; 76 employees; opened in 1990).


Categories: fashion shopping


Load more posts