In 2016, Macy’s said it would close 100 stores after it reported six consecutive years of declining sales. Since then, it has been closing these locations as their leases expire.
A representative for the company did not comment on whether this recent wave of closures was included in the 2016 plan but said that Macy’s “regularly reviews” its store portfolio and would update investors on its investor day on February 5.
The representative told Business Insider that regular, non-seasonal employees who are laid off and unable to find a job at nearby Macy’s stores would be eligible for severance.
See the list of Macy’s upcoming store closings below:
Macon Mall, Macon, Georgia
The Centre at Salisbury, Salisbury, Maryland
Nittany Mall, State College, Pennsylvania
Harrisburg Mall, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Rivergate Mall, Goodlettsville, Tennessee
Westfield Meriden, Meriden, Connecticut
University Mall, Carbondale, Illinois
Towne Square Mall, Owensboro, Kentucky
Northgate Mall, Cincinnati, Ohio
Stow-Kent Plaza, Stow, Ohio
54 E. Main St., Walla Walla, Washington
Ohio Valley Mall, St. Clairsville, Ohio
300 Pine St., Seattle, Washington (Seattle flagship)
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