Macy’s Announces Plans To Shutter Greenbriar Mall Storefront

An exact last day is TBD and with the department store's departure, the mall will sit anchor-less
Macy's Announces Plans To Shutter Greenbriar Mall Storefront
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Macy’s Inc. is shuttering its long-standing Greenbriar Mall location, the company — which owns Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s — announced this week alongside another 44 planned closures coast to coast, like its Santa Monica, CA Bloomingdale’s. An exact last day has not yet been announced, but Macy’s Greenbriar will likely close this quarter.

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In early 2020 before the pandemic, Macy’s announced it planned on closing 125 stores across its portfolio by 2023. The company is releasing its closure list in spurts with the Greenbriar Mall location being among the latest bunch.

“As previously announced, Macy’s, Inc. is committed to rightsizing our store fleet by concentrating our existing retail locations in desirable and well-trafficked A and B malls,” Macy’s said in a prepared statement this week. “To that end, we announced several store closures today that align to the guidance we provided in February 2020. These closures bring us closer to achieving the right mix of mall-based stores.”

Greenbriar Mall is the only Georgia outpost included among the doomed 45 locations locally. As more announcements are expected now through the next few years, that could change, however. The space — the last remaining anchor for the soon-to-be-redeveloped mall – was home to Rich’s Department Store since 1965. Macy’s took over in 2005 when the Rich’s brand was absorbed by Macy’s.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta, What Now Los Angeles, What Now San Diego, and What Now Las Vegas.
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jan
7 days ago

The Trump Pandemic and the Trump Great Depression and the Trump Apocalypse continues

Peachy
6 days ago
Reply to  jan

Huh? Not a Trump fan, but how is Macy’s closing an underperforming location any president’s fault? Brick and Mortar retail has been suffering for many years, much longer than this administration….

Catherine Levine
6 days ago

Just to be correct: Macy’s DID NOT take over Rich’s! Federated bought Macy’s. Closed existing Macy stores. Federated decided to take the Macy’s name and make it a National Department Store. Please get your facts correct!

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