Macy’s has announced it will be closing stores in 2022 as part of an ongoing plan to close about one-fifth of its stores.
The department store chain confirmed to USA Today that six Macy’s and one Bloomingdale’s Outlet store will close within the next few months.
“Stores remain an integral part of our omnichannel retail ecosystem,” Macy’s said in a statement to USA Today on Wednesday. “As our business evolves, we continue to optimize and reposition our store fleet to more effectively support our omnichannel sales growth and expand market share.”
The store had announced it planned to close around 125 locations as part of a plan to streamline the company’s operations. The first round of closures was announced in early 2020 and the second round in January of 2021.
In addition to the announcement of the store closings, Macy’s said it was temporarily revising store hours for the rest of January at all of its Macy’s stores, USA Today reported.
In January, stores will be open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Hours are unchanged Friday through Sunday, which can vary by location.
These stores will close in the next few months:
Mountain Brook: Brookwood Village, 614 Brookwood Village
City of Industry: Puente Hills Mall, 1600 S Azusa Ave.
Boulder: Twenty Ninth Street Mall, 1900 28th St.
Centennial: Streets at SouthGlenn, 6801 S University Blvd.
Lee’s Summit: Summit Fair, 900 NW Blue Parkway
Baytown: San Jacinto Mall, 5000 San Jacinto Mall
Macy’s also announced that a Bloomingdale’s Outlet Store will be closing. Macy’s owns Bloomingdale’s.
The Bloomingdales store closing in Florida is in Estero at the Miromar Outlets, 10801 Corkscrew Road.
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