Macy’s isn’t having a good start to 2020.
The department store is on the cusp of closing more than two dozen stores around the US in the upcoming months.
According to CNN Business, the company will close 28 Macy’s locations and one Bloomingdale’s location in several states including California, Illinois, and Florida.
The closures come on the heels of an earnings report that indicates holiday sales in November and December have declined 3.9%.
Despite the downturn, Macy’s CEO Jeff Gennette remained optimistic explaining that sales were "steeper than we expected." He blamed external factors such as warm weather and fewer tourists shopping.
Macy’s isn’t the only retailer struggling as Pier 1 Imports announced on Monday that it would close shutter nearly half of its stores.
While Macy’s said the full list of closures will be available at its upcoming investor day on February 5, USA Today reports that the following locations are expected to close:
Antioch: Somersville Towne Center
Meriden: Westfield Meriden Mall
Pompano Beach: Pompano Citi Centre
Sanford: Seminole Towne Center
Vero Beach: Indian River Mall
Miami Bloomingdales: The Falls
Decatur: The Gallery at South DeKalb
Macon: Macon Mall
Waikoloa Village: Kings' Shops
Lewiston: Lewiston Center Mall
Carbondale: University Mall
West Dundee: Spring Hill Mall
Muncie: Muncie Mall
Prairie Village: Prairie Village Shopping Center
Owensboro: Towne Square Mall
Salisbury: The Centre at Salisbury
Leominster: The Mall at Whitney Field
Helena: Northside Center
Commack: Commack Shopping Center
Hicksville: Broadway Mall
Winston-Salem: Hanes Mall
Greater Cincinnati: Northgate Mall
St. Clairsville: Ohio Valley Mall
Stow: Stow-Kent Plaza
Harrisburg: Harrisburg Mall
State College: Nittany Mall
Goodlettsville: Rivergate Mall
Burlington: Cascade Mall
Seattle: Downtown Seattle
Walla Walla: Downtown Walla Walla