Macy’s Inc. revealed the list of locations it expects to close this year, including 36 Macy’s stores and one Bloomingdale’s location.

The closures are part of Macy’s three-year plan to close one-fifth of its stores, or roughly 125 locations, which it first announced in February 2020. Liquidation sales have started at some of the stores that are closing, according to CNBC.

As of October 31, Macy’s Inc. had 764 total stores including 544 Macy’s locations, 54 Bloomingdales’s including outlet stores and 166 Bluemercury stores.

 Macy’s stores expected to close this year include:

  1. Paradise Valley, AZ
  2. El Cajon Parkway, CA
  3. Hilltop, CA
  4. Brass Mill Center, CT
  5. Crystal Mall, CT
  6. Port Charlotte Town Center, FL
  7. Volusia Mall, FL
  8. Greenbriar, GA
  9. Hyatt Regency (Maui), HI
  10. Grand Teton Mall, ID
  11. Water Tower Place, IL
  12. College Mall, IN
  13. Marlow Heights, MD
  14. Independence Center, MO
  15. Northpark Mall, MO
  16. West Park Mall (MO), MO
  17. Sangertown Square, NY
  18. White Plains Galleria, NY
  19. Great Lakes Mall, OH
  20. Richland Mall, OH
  21. Tri-County Mall, OH
  22. The Avenue Carriage Crossing, TN
  23. Old Hickory Mall, TN
  24. Golden Triangle, TX
  25. Post Oak Mall, TX
  26. Rivercenter, TX
  27. Rolling Oaks, TX
  28. Vista Ridge Mall, TX
  29. Commons at Federal Way, WA
  30.  Northtown, WA
  31. Monterey, CA (Furniture)
  32. Winter Haven, FL
  33. Cambridgeside, MA
  34. Lima, OH
  35. Lloyd Center, OR
  36. Santa Monica, CA (Bloomingdale’s)
  37. South Towne Center, UT

Store locations that have closed: 

  1. Park Place, AZ
  2. Oakbrook, IL (Furniture)
  3. Woodfield, IL (Furniture)
  4. Commack, NY
  5. Eastland, OH (Furniture Clearance)
  6. Harrisburg, PA
  7. Medinah Temple, IL (Bloomingdale’s)
  8. Southwest Plaza, CO*
  9. Dover Mall, DE*

*Macy’s closed these locations to in-store shopping and has converted them into fulfillment centers.

Photo courtesy Macy’s