68 Macy’s Stores Are Closing

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After experiencing disappointing holiday sales, Macy’s has decided to close 68 stores. As a result, nearly 4,000 employees will be laid off. But that’s not all. There are even more closures to come.

Macy’s has laid out a long-term plan to close 100 stores in the next couple of years. That means that even more people will lose their jobs. In the mean time, the 68 stores that will be closing almost immediately will have liquidation sales that begin on Monday, January 9. The sales are expected to last anywhere from 6-12 weeks.

Here is a list of stores that will be closing, listed first by state and then by specific locale:


  • Paseo Nuevo, Santa Barbara
  • Simi Valley Town Center, Simi Valley
  • Mission Valley Apparel, San Diego


  • Lakeland Square, Lakeland
  • Oviedo Marketplace, Oviedo
  • Sarasota Square, Sarasota,
  • University Square, Tampa
  • CityPlace, West Palm Beach


  • Georgia Square, Athens


  • Nampa Gateway Center, Nampa


  • Alton Square, Alton
  • Eastland, Bloomington


  • Greenwood, Bowling Green
  • Jefferson, Louisville


  • Esplanade, Kenner


  • Bangor, Bangor


  • Westgate, Brockton
  • Silver City Galleria, Taunton


  • Lakeview Square Mall, Battle Creek
  • Eastland Center, Harper Woods
  • Lansing, Lansing
  • Westland, Westland


  • Minneapolis Downtown, Minneapolis

North Carolina:

  • Carolina Place, Pineville
  • Northgate, Durham

North Dakota:

  • Columbia, Grand Forks

New Jersey:

  • Moorestown, Moorestown
  • Voorhees Town Center, Voorhees
  • Preakness, Wayne

New Mexico:

  • Cottonwood, Albuquerque


  • Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas

New York:

  • Douglaston, Douglaston
  • Great Northern, Clay
  • Oakdale Mall, Johnson City
  • The Marketplace, Rochester


  • Eastland, Columbus
  • Sandusky, Sandusky
  • Fort Steuben, Steubenville
  • Mall at Tuttle Crossing, Dublin


  • Promenade, Tulsa


  • Neshaminy, Bensalem
  • Shenango Valley, Hermitage
  • Beaver Valley, Monaca
  • Lycoming, Muncy
  • Plymouth Meeting, Plymouth Meeting
  • Washington Crown Center, Washington


  • Downtown Portland, Portland
  • Lacaster Mall, Salem


  • Parkdale, Beaumont
  • Southwest Center, Dallas
  • Sunland Park, El Paso
  • Greenspoint, Houston
  • West Oaks Mall, Houston
  • Pasadena Town Square, Pasadena
  • Collin Creek, Plano
  • Broadway Square, Tyler


  • Layton Hills, Layton
  • Cottonwood, Salt Lake City


  • Landmark, Alexandria
  • River Ridge, Lynchburg


  • Three Rivers, Kelso
  • Everett, Everett


  • Oakwood Mall, Eau Claire
  • Valley View, La Crosse

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I am currently an Accounting Director living in New York City. I love reading and learning more about business, finance, tech, and current events.

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