Department stores are shutting down across the country — here’s the list of Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Kohl’s stores that have closed or are closing this year

  • Macy’s, JCPenney, Kohl’s, and Nordstrom are closing dozens of stores in 2019.
  • Here’s the full list of closing department stores.

Department stores are closing stores at a rapid rate in 2019.

Collectively, Macy’s, JCPenney, Kohl’s, and Nordstrom are closing nearly 50 stores.

See the full list below:


Macy’s at Casper Eastridge in Casper, Wyoming

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Macy’s at Redmond Town Center in Redmond, Washington

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Macy’s at Sunnyvale Town Center in Sunnyvale, California

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Macy’s Furniture Gallery at Westside Pavilion in Los Angeles, California

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Macy’s at Glendale Mall in Indianapolis, Indiana

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Macy’s at Swansea Mall in Swansea, Massachusetts

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Macy’s at Tysons Galleria in McLean, Virginia

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Macy’s at Nanuet Mall in Nanuet, New York

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Macy’s at Charleston Town Center in Charleston, West Virginia

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Macy’s Home & Kids at CambridgeSide in Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Macy’s also operates a full-line store in this mall. Some of the products from its Home & Kids store will be moved into that store.


Macy’s at Northbrook Court in Northbrook, Illinois

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Macy’s at Northgate Mall in Seattle, Washington


Macy’s at University Mall in Orem, Utah

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Nordstrom at The Mall at Wellington Green in Wellington, Florida

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Nordstrom at MacArthur Center Mall in Norfolk, Virginia

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Nordstrom at Providence Place Mall in Providence, Rhode Island

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Kohl’s Rego Park at Rego Center in Rego Park, New York

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Kohl’s Valley Stream at Green Acres Mall in South Valley Stream, New York

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Kohl’s Lenexa in Lenexa, Kansas

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Kohl’s Houma at Houma Crossing Mall in Bayou Cane, Louisiana

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JCPenney

JCPenney announced in February that it plans to close 27 stores this year.

The closings include 18 full-line department stores and nine home and furniture stores.

A JCPenney representative said the company doesn’t plan to release a list of the stores slated for closure.