Macy’s to Close 100 Stores Nationwide

Macy’s will close approximately 15 percent of the company’s current full-line locations beginning in 2017. (Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

CINCINNATI —Macy’s Inc. has announced that the company plans to close approximately 100 stores beginning in early 2017. This number constitutes roughly 15 percent of Macy’s current portfolio of 675 full-line stores. Specifics on the locations set to close will be announced at a later date. Cincinnati-based Macy’s intends to improve the stores that will remain in its portfolio by adding new vendor shops and bringing new businesses onto the sales floors through additional license agreements; increasing the size and quality of staffing through programs including “My Stylist” personal shopping services; infusing new technology; and creating new in-store events and experiences. The company also intends to invest in building the capacity of its websites and apps to create a faster, simpler interface for customers. Over the past six years, approximately 90 Macy’s stores have been closed and 13 new stores have been opened.

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