- 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
Macy’s at Redmond Town Center in Redmond, Washington
Macy’s at Sunnyvale Town Center in Sunnyvale, California
Macy’s Furniture Gallery at Westside Pavilion in Los Angeles, California
Macy’s at Glendale Mall in Indianapolis, Indiana
Macy’s at Swansea Mall in Swansea, Massachusetts
Macy’s at Tysons Galleria in McLean, Virginia
Macy’s at Nanuet Mall in Nanuet, New York
Macy’s at Charleston Town Center in Charleston, West Virginia
Macy’s Home & Kids at CambridgeSide in Cambridge, Massachusetts
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
Macy’s at Northgate Mall in Seattle, Washington
Macy’s at University Mall in Orem, Utah
Nordstrom at The Mall at Wellington Green in Wellington, Florida
Nordstrom at MacArthur Center Mall in Norfolk, Virginia
Nordstrom at Providence Place Mall in Providence, Rhode Island
Kohl’s Rego Park at Rego Center in Rego Park, New York
Kohl’s Valley Stream at Green Acres Mall in South Valley Stream, New York
Kohl’s Lenexa in Lenexa, Kansas
Kohl’s Houma at Houma Crossing Mall in Bayou Cane, Louisiana
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.