Nordstrom Confirms Store Closure List
Nordstrom has confirmed the locations of 16 full-price stores it is closing, a move the company announced on Tuesday.
Nordstrom will now have 100 full-price stores after the closures.
Six of the locations are in California: Santa Barbara, Riverside, Escondido, Sacramento, Pleasanton and Montclair, according to WWD and other news reports.
The other stores closures are in:
- San Juan, Puerto Rico
- Hurst, Texas
- Happy Valley, Oregon
- Broomfield, Colorado
- Chandler, Arizona
- Freehold, New Jersey
- Annapolis, Maryland
- Richmond, Virginia
- Miami, Florida
- Naples, Florida
Nordstrom is also restructuring regions, support roles and its corporate organization to “increase speed and flexibility” which will save $150 million annually. That on top of $200 million to $250 million in previously announced cuts, means the company is reducing non-occupancy overhead expenses by 20%.
The company also operates 247 Nordstrom Rack stores and five Nordstrom Local service hubs.