This was such a nonsense closing in my humble opinion. Out of all the bad Nordstrom stores out there, this one just didn't deserve to be closed. It was perfectly fine and I still don't know why they had to cut Redondo Beach...
I didn't know that Nordstrom closed in the Mall of San Juan in Puerto Rico. If I remember correctly the store closed temporarily and reopen again but it seems it closed for good after all. Am I wrong or? Which other locations have closed?
When Nordstrom said that they would make adjustments to their business model I didn't imagine them closing stores permanently... this is so very distressing. Sixteen of their stores will be closed in New Jersey. What will happen to the employees?
Will Nordstrom close in Houston for good or only until this pandemic passes?
Nordstrom is extending their store closings well into April. Who else is completely not surprised by these news? In a semi-chaotic times like these, this is only to be expected from a retailer and especially if that retailer is Nordstrom.
It's only temporarily however. Here's the link:
Nordstrom is creating a mass hiring event for their Norwalk store at the SoNo Collection Mall that will start this Friday. It will be over in Saturday so I would suggest anyone who is interested to try your luck while you can this week !
I did not know that this store will be closing. I thought only the Anchorage store was slated for closure. This Nordstrom will be gone this September at the Stonestown Galleria mall in San Francisco and from what I hear it will be replaced by a... — read more
No wonder all of this is happening to Nordstrom. They lost their market sense long ago and they are now out of touch with customers and our needs. Shuttering popular and well-loved stores will not do them any good now.
Seems another Nordstrom is abandoning its mall location, such a shame. They made a calculated decision with this closure and we have to live with it. The Mall at Partridge Creek will be left without this Nordstrom this fall.
The best store ever, now to be closed. Sad! Anchorage Daily News Coverage via ADN dot com adn.com/business-economy/2019/06/26/nordstrom-to-close-downtown-anchorage-store-in-september/
This has been announced a few days ago. Seattle Times covered it. See below. It's sad they are closing it, this was a good Nordstrom. seattletimes.com/business/retail/nordstrom-to-shutter-its-storied-northgate-store-in-august
The store is awesome. It was doing a lot of business, probably the best store in Anchorage. I am not sure why they would be closing it but, we'll... — read more
The company appears to do well for itself lately. I am just questioning as to how long their luck will last. I am thinking that Nordstrom will face the same fate as other retailers sooner or later.
Nordstrom is having its ups and downs lately. They're opening stores, while also being in the process of closing others as well. Deeming it an underperforming location, Nordstrom will close one of its oldest stores on August 9 in the Northgate... — read more
For now, the stores at MacArthur Center in Norfolk, VA, and the Mall at Wellington Green in Wellington, FL, will be shuttered in early April. There are rumors swirling that Nordstrom is likely to keep downsizing, but nothing is certain yet and... — read more
The sad news is the stores will officially shut their doors on Friday, April 5.
Seattle-based retailer Nordstrom is closing its store in MacArthur Center mall on April 5.
I think a lot of people also forget in this area what a Luxury Department store really is. As an advid traveler I think people in Norfolk are not exposed to what luxury truly means. During my visit to Norfolk to visit friends I stopped in Nordstrom... — read more
Instead of closing the only decent clothing store in the area please consider reinventing or rethinking this store. Expand the beauty area by including a spa and salon. Every girl no matter her age loves lip color and fragrance. Install those tech... — read more
That's what's the rumor - it kind of makes sense with the rents going through the roof nobody can afford so much space in West LA. We'll see how things play out, I am not sure if there was anyone who got insider info yet.
That's the rumor, I think I am 90% certain here.
More online purchases, customer preference change. They like smaller stores now, Nordstrom will need to figure something new. They are laying off people, Nordstrom laid off IT people.
150K sq ft location to close, employees to be laid off. They are betting on the South Coast Plaza big time, and Nordstrom's not the only department store with this approach. I am sorry for all folks that will lose their jobs but it is what it is -... — read more
the only store closed in 2016 was Horton . Nordstrom had other full line in San Diego. meanwhile macys and saks closed stores. Neiman Marcus should be doing closing of stores in 2017 . they are 4.9 bilion in debt on 4. 8 billion in sales. — read more
We do not have many options here in Anchorage - now, I hope they will not close but I also hope other companies will come here and open locations.
They are having major issues with people moving online and shopping there - they may have to close many stores. Nordstrom used to be rock solid, people loved shopping there but times are changing and Nordstrom will have to figure out how to cater to... — read more
Or, maybe, just maybe they might - all upscale retailers are struggling and online shopping is big so they may sell more online and close some Nordstrom's
Is this store in Montclair closing? That's the rumor? If yes, are they keeping people.
I know they were cutting staff and reducing hours - some time ago work for Nordstrom's was prestigious and you would be able to work there all your life - not any more - times are changing and more and more people are shopping online
Good store, good people, I hope they keep them and they do not end up being laid off...
Seriously, I was there a few weeks ago and there were so many people it almost felt they were giving stuff away for free. Now, given this, I'd say that Norstrom's will never close this store, on the contrary, they may want to open a few extra stores... — read more