Macy's Closing 11 Stores

Looks like it’s time for Macy’s annual closing of the stores! This time it’s 11 underperforming locations that will be shuttered, and Macy’s says clearance sales will begin at those stores next week. Here’s a list of the stores that will be saying goodbye.

Stores on the chopping block (via the Cleveland Plain Dealer):

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

“Macy’s closing 11 stores, none in Ohio” []
“Macy’s will shutter 11 stores in 9 states” [Associated Press]

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