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Macy's to close 125 stores, cut 2,000 corporate jobs


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#1 Brad  OFFLINE  

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Posted Feb 5, 2020 - 5:52 am

https://www.cnbc.com...orate-jobs.html



#2 Kanyon71  OFFLINE  

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Posted Feb 6, 2020 - 7:13 am

Another one on the way down. Strip mall Macy's? Doesn't that devalue the brand as a whole? I thought they were supposed to be one of the fancier shopping mall stores.



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Posted Feb 6, 2020 - 7:35 am

Macy's is a regular old department store now.

Next level is Nordstrom.

Then Bloomingdales.

Then Nieman Marcus.

Then the high end stores I can't even dream of - Barney's, Bergdorf's, etc


GO BRUINS!


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Posted Feb 6, 2020 - 4:34 pm

Macy's is a regular old department store now.
Next level is Nordstrom.
Then Bloomingdales.
Then Nieman Marcus.
Then the high end stores I can't even dream of - Barney's, Bergdorf's, etc

Ah didn’t know. Thought they were supposed to be fancier like bloomingdales. I’m not fancy so....

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Posted Feb 7, 2020 - 2:49 am

https://www.google.c.../amp/4681959002

According to the above USA Today article these are the first store locations set to close (alphabetical by state):

California

Antioch: Somersville Towne Center, 2500 Somersville Road.

San Diego: Horton Plaza Park, 160 Horton Ave.

Connecticut

Meriden: Westfield Meriden, 470 Lewis Ave.


Florida

Miami: The Falls Mall (Bloomingdales), 8778 SW 136th St.

Pompano Beach: Pompano Citi Centre, 1200 NE 23rd St.

Sanford: Seminole Towne Center, 330 Towne Center Circle.

Vero Beach: Indian River Mall, 6200 20th St.

Georgia

Decatur: The Gallery at South DeKalb, 2731 Candler Road.

Macon: Macon Mall, 3661 Eisenhower Parkway.


Hawaii

Waikoloa Village: Kings’ Shops, 69-250, 6 Waikoloa Beach Drive.

Idaho

Lewiston: Lewiston Center Mall, 1806 19th Ave.

Illinois

Carbondale: University Mall, 1237 E Main St.

West Dundee: Spring Hill Mall, 1000 Spring Hill Mall.


Indiana

Muncie: Muncie Mall, 3501 N Granville Ave.

Kansas

Prairie Village: Prairie Village Shopping Center, 4000 W 71st St.

Kentucky

Owensboro: Towne Square Mall, 5000 Frederica St.

Maryland

Salisbury: The Centre at Salisbury, 2304 N Salisbury Blvd.


Massachusetts

Leominster: The Mall at Whitney Field, 106 Commercial Road.

Montana

Helena: Helena Northside Center, 3405 N Montana Ave.

New York

Commack: Commack Shopping Center, 2 Veterans Memorial Highway.

Hicksville: Broadway Commons, 100 Broadway Mall.

North Carolina

Winston-Salem: Hanes Mall, 3320 Silas Creek Parkway.


Ohio

Cincinnati: Northgate Mall, 9531 Colerain Ave.

St. Clairsville: Ohio Valley Mall, 67800 Mall Ring Road.

Stow: Stow-Kent Plaza, 4301 Kent Road.

Pennsylvania

Harrisburg: Harrisburg East Mall, 3501 Paxton St.

State College: Nittany Mall, 2901 E College Ave.

Tennessee

Goodlettsville: RiverGate Mall, 1000 Rivergate Parkway.


Washington

Burlington: Cascade Mall, 700 Cascade Mall Drive.

Seattle: Downtown, 300 Pine St.

Walla Walla: Downtown, 54 E Main St.

None in my area are closing yet, but It wouldn’t really matter to me personally as I hardly ever shop there. I hope this list doesn’t affect any of you in a negative way.

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Posted Feb 7, 2020 - 7:23 am

Ah didn’t know. Thought they were supposed to be fancier like bloomingdales. I’m not fancy so....

 

I haven't even factored in brands like Lord and Taylor, which don't exist on the West Coast, so I'm not even sure what it compares to here. Macy's constantly has sales. Nordstrom has their semi annual sale, Bloomingdale's... occasionally, and Nieman's... well let's just say I was in Nieman's returning something, and someone was looking at a $7,000 crystal studded t-rex figure they ordered because their adult son has always liked dinosaurs. (this is also the area I live in sooo...)


GO BRUINS!


#7 AndreaInNC  OFFLINE  

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Posted Feb 7, 2020 - 7:54 am

I noticed that the inventory Macy's carriers varies from store to store.  The one closest to me doesn't carry the same stock that the one 10 miles from me does. 






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