Which Macy’s Are Closing?

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40 Macy’s department stores are closing. Here are which ones. (Getty)

Is your store one of the Macy’s department stores scheduled to be closed? Macy’s announced that it’s laying off about 4,350 employees and closing more than 40 stores across the country, KTLA reported. About half of affected store associates will be put in other positions and won’t lose their jobs. Macy’s is hoping these moves will offset its disappointing sales for 2015.

Macy’s currently has 770 stores, of which about 40 will close, the Wall Street Journal reported. Four of the stores were already closed. The rest will be closed in the early part of the year. Here’s the list, organized by state.

Macy’s Stores That Are Closing

California

Irvine, CA: Irvine Spectrum (opened in 2002)

Los Angeles, CA: Westfield Century City (opened 1976)

Sacramento, CA: Country Club Plaza (opened 1961)

Connecticut

Enfield: Enfield Square (opened 1971)

Georgia

Decatur: North DeKalb Mall (opened 1965)

Hawaii

Kailua, Hawaii store (opened 1946)

Illinois

Peoria: Northwoods Mall (opened 1985)

Indiana

Moscow: Palouse Mall (opened 1979)

Louisiana

Baton Rouge: Cortana Mall (opened 1976)

Maryland

Hagerstown: Valley Mall (opened 1999)

Owings Mills: Owings Mills Mall (opened 1986)

Massachussetts

Lanesborough: Berkshire Mall (opened 1994)

Springfield: Eastfield Mall (opened 1994)

Missouri

Columbia: The Shoppes at Stadium (opened 2003)

North Carolina

Cary: Cary Towne Center (opened 1991)

New Hampshire

Bedford store (opened 1966)

New Jersey

Plainfield: Middlesex Mall South (opened 1976)

West Orange: Essex Green Shopping Center (opened 1975)

New York

Buffalo: McKinley Mall (opened 1989)

Horsehead: Arnot Mall (opened 1995)

Kingston: Hudson Valley Mall (opened 1995)

Williamsville: Eastern Hills Mall (opened 1971)

Ohio

Akron: Chapel Hill Mall (opened 1967)

Elyria: Midway Mall (opened 1990)

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City: Quail Springs Mall (opened 1986)

Oregon

North Bend: Pony Village Mall (opened 1980)

Roseburg: Roseburg Valley Mall (opened 1980)

Pennsylvania

Ardmore: Suburban Square (opened 1930)

West Mifflin: Century III Mall (opened 1979)

Pittsburgh: Downtown (opened 1946)

Texas

Fort Worth: Ridgmar Mall (opened 1998)

Virginia

Chesapeake: Chesapeake Square (opened 1999)

Glen Allen: Virginia Center Commons (opened 1993)

Hampton: Peninusla Town Center (opened 1977)

Norfolk: Military Circle Mall (opened 1976)

Richmond: Regency Square main store (opened 1990)

Washington

Spokane: Downtown Spokane (opened 1947)


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