Macy's West


Macy's West

Macy's West is a division of Macy's, Inc. (formerly Federated Department Stores) and headquartered in San Francisco, California. It currently operates approximately 200 stores throughout Arizona, California, Colorado, Guam, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas. The division's most recent inclusions, Robinsons-May and Foley's stores in this region, were absorbed into the Macy's nameplate on September 9, 2006.

History

Macy's West was established in San Francisco, California in 1866 as O'Connor, Moffat, Kean Co. at Second & Market Streets, eventually moving into several buildings on south Post Street, between Grant Avenue and Kearny Street, where it rebuilt after surviving the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. In 1928, the company, by then known as O'Connor, Moffat & Co., commissioned a new location at 101 Stockton Street. R.H. Macy & Company, New York, New York acquired O'Connor Moffat in 1945 and on October 16, 1947 renamed the store Macy's San Francisco. Macy's followed up with a major expansion of the store at 170 O'Farrell Street in 1948, using the original architect of the 1928 building, Louis Parson Hobart [http://www.sfhistoryencyclopedia.com/articles/h/hobartLewis.html] .

Starting in 1954 with a branch at Hillsdale Shopping Center in San Mateo, California, the company expanded throughout Northern California, primarily the San Francisco Bay Area, but also opening stores in Sacramento, Fresno, Stockton and Modesto in the 1960s and 1970s. Along the way, the newly renamed Macy's California ventured into shopping center development with Valley Fair in San Jose and Bayfair in San Leandro. In 1971, the San Francisco store pioneered the cellar (always in lowercase) as the marketing concept for its housewares department, which was (and still is) in the basement. The brand has spread to all housewares departments at "all" Macy's stores, although not all such stores actually have a basement in which the department can be physically sited.

In 1978, Macy's expanded into Nevada with a new store in Reno, Nevada. In 1984, four complementary locations were acquired from Liberty House, including Liberty House's own O'Farrell & Stockton flagship built in 1974, which eventually became Macy's Men's Store.

I. Magnin/Bullock's acquisition

In 1986 R.H. Macy's management team led a buyout of the company. Concurrently, Macy's California began to seek locations in Southern California. These plans were put on hold after Macy's purchased the Bullock's, Bullocks Wilshire and I. Magnin organizations from Campeau Corp. in 1988. Campeau had bested Macy's own attempted acquisition of Federated Department Stores and sold these California divisions to Macy's as part of their settlement.

I. Magnin, whose San Francisco flagship adjoined Macy's, was consolidated with Bullocks Wilshire to form an autonomous specialty-department store subdivision under Macy's California. Many of I. Magnin's smaller, dated locations were shuttered and in 1989 the Bullocks Wilshire stores assumed the I. Magnin name. In a test case, the I. Magnin at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, California was converted to a stand-alone Bullock's Men's store in 1991.

The traditional Bullock's department stores were operated initially as part of the new Macy's South/Bullock's division based in Atlanta, Georgia, but in late 1991 R.H. Macy announced plans to re-aligned its divisional structure and create a new Macy's West/Bullock's in 1992.

On January 27, 1992 R.H. Macy & Co. declared bankruptcy. During the next two years, as Macy's reorganized, the Macy's West division continued to expand, opening a location at Mall of America in late 1992, in addition to assuming the management of the Bullock's stores and the Macy's locations in Texas. Bullock's closed locations in Lakewood, La Mesa and Santa Ana, California at this time, while the I. Magnin group shuttered eleven more stores of its dwindling franchise. The historic Bullocks Wilshire store closed in early 1993.

Federated Department Stores merger

In 1994 Federated Department Stores reached agreement with R.H. Macy's creditors to buy the company out of bankruptcy court, completing the acquisition in December 1994 and making Macy's West/Bullock's a division of Federated. Even before the acquisition closed, Federated announced the closure of the remaining I. Magnin stores, eventually selling four stores to Saks Fifth Avenue and converting six former I. Magnin locations in Palo Alto, Walnut Creek, Woodland Hills, Palm Desert, Newport Beach and Palos Verdes to specialty Macy's or Bullock's locations. The upper floors of the former I. Magnin store on Union Square were later converted to an expansion of Macy's West own adjoining flagship. Federated also shuttered the sole remaining Arizona Bullock's store in Scottsdale at Camelview Shopping Center in early 1995.

Broadway Stores merger

In late summer 1995, Federated reached an agreement with Broadway Stores, Inc.'s controlling-shareholder, Chicago-based financier Sam Zell, to buy that company. Broadway Stores was the post-bankruptcy successor of Carter Hawley Hale Stores, a Los Angeles-headquartered company that at one time owned Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and Wanamaker's. Through the 1970s and 1980s it was the leader in both sales volume and store count in California, but had struggled in the 1990s.

The transaction was completing on October 11, 1995, and Federated subsequently announced plans to merge the organization's 83 Emporium, Weinstock's and The Broadway locations with Macy's West/Bullock's and rebrand them all with the Macy's moniker in early 1996.

Eventually 49 of the Broadway locations were converted to Macy's, either as new stores, secondary stores to complement and expand existing locations, or to replacements of existing locations. Five of the stores which overlapped with Macy's and Bullock's at Sherman Oaks Fashion Square, Beverly Center, and Century City Shopping Center in Los Angeles, Fashion Island in Newport Beach, and Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto were closed and eventually reopened as Bloomingdale's. Nine locations were sold to Sears, two were swapped with Central Valley rival Gottschalks in Modesto and Fresno, while the remaining 18 were shuttered, a few of them eventually finding new life as Target or Wal-Mart locations. One of these locations, a former Emporium in Cupertino was re-opened as a Macy's under anti-trust pressure from the California attorney general in fall 1998.

Union Square store revival

In the late 1990s Macy's began a multi-year project to rehabilitate its landmark downtown San Francisco store. The project encompassed the remodeling of the 1929 and 1948 buildings and the 1974 stand-alone Men's Store and expansion into the upper floors of the former I. Magnin store at Geary and Stockton built in 1946. The company also demolished and replaced two out-of-date buildings on Geary Street, giving the store its signature glass-fronted entry on Union Square.

Liberty House acquisition

In July 2001 Federated Department Stores acquired Liberty House of Honolulu, Hawaii with department store and spcialty shop locations throughout the major Hawaiian Islands, several western states as well as the territory of Guam. The stores, including its flagship location at Ala Moana Center, were merged into Macy’s West.

May Department Stores merger

On February 28, 2005, Federated Department Stores announced an agreement to acquire long-time rival The May Department Stores Company, owner of competitor Robinsons-May. Under an agreement with the California Attorney General, over 20 overlapping stores in California were required to be divested and put up for competitive bidding. Many of the locations that were divested in Macy's West's territory were eventually sold to shopping center developers such as Simon Property Group, The Westfield Group and The Macerich Company.

The landmark deal was completed August 30, 2005, and on February 1, 2006, Macy's West assumed operational control of the former Robinsons-May division as well as Foley's locations in Colorado, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas. Much of 2006 was spent integrating the newly-merged operations. The Foley's and Robinsons-May names were phased out completely on September 9, 2006 in favor of Macy's.

Locations

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Arizona

*Phoenix-Scottsdale-Mesa, AZ Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Chandler - Chandler Fashion Center (opened 2001 as Robinsons-May, became Macy's 2006, 200,000 sq ft.)
**Gilbert - "SanTan Village" (tentatively expected to open 2008)
**Glendale - Arrowhead Towne Center (opened 1993 as Robinsons-May, became Macy's 2006, 192,000 sq ft.)
**Goodyear - "Estrella Falls" (tentatively expected to open 2009)
**Mesa - Fiesta Mall (opened 1979 as Goldwaters, became Robinsons 1989, Robinsons-May 1993, replaced existing Macy's 2006, 154,728 sq ft.)
**Mesa - Superstition Springs Center (opened 1994 as Robinsons-May, became Macy's 2006, 153,600 sq ft.)
**Phoenix - Biltmore Fashion Park (opened 1968 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 213,000 sq ft.)
**Phoenix - Metrocenter Mall (opened 1973 as Goldwaters, became Robinsons 1989, Robinsons-May 1993, became Macy's 2006, 106,000 sq ft.)
**Phoenix - Paradise Valley Mall (opened 1980 as Goldwaters, became Robinsons 1989, Robinsons-May 1993, replaced existing Macy's 2006, 145,580 sq ft.)
**Scottsdale - Scottsdale Fashion Square (opened 2002, 235,000 sq ft.)

*Tucson, AZ Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Tucson - El Con Center (opened 1969 as Levy's, became Foley's 1986, Robinsons-May 1998, Macy's 2006, 291,367 sq ft.)
**Tucson - Park Place (opened 1974 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 160,000 sq ft.)
**Tucson - Tucson Mall (opened 1991 as Foley's, became Robinsons-May 1998, replaced existing Macy's 2006, 139,078 sq ft.)

Northern California

*Fresno, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Fresno - Fashion Fair Mall (opened 1983, convert|176410|sqft|m2|abbr=on., Macy's THISIT, 5,903 sq ft.)
**Fresno - Fashion Fair Mall Men's/Children's (opened 1970 as Gottschalks, acquired by Macy's 1996, 76,650 sq ft.)
**Fresno - Fresno Furniture Gallery (freestanding) (opened 2000)

*Modesto, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Modesto - Vintage Faire Mall (opened 1981, 145,000 sq ft.)
**Modesto - Vintage Faire Mall Men's/Home (opened 1977 as Gottschalks, acquired by Macy's 1996, 88,537 sq ft.)
*Redding, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Redding - Mount Shasta Mall (opened 2001, 103,500 sq ft.)
*Sacramento-Arden-Arcade-Roseville, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Sacramento - Arden Fair (opened 1961 as Weinstock's, became Macy's 1996, convert|155000|sqft|m2|abbr=on., Macy's Women, 5,415 sq ft.)
**Sacramento - Country Club Plaza (opened 1961 as Weinstock's, became Macy's 1996, 169,408 sq ft.)
**Sacramento - Westfield Downtown Plaza (opened 1963, 332,500 sq ft.)
**Sacramento - Westfield Downtown Plaza Men's/Home (opened 1979 as Weinstock's, became Macy's 1996, 171,000 sq ft.)
**Citrus Heights - Sunrise Mall (opened 1972 as Liberty House, became Macy's 1984 - 172,180 sq ft.)
**Citrus Heights - Sunrise Mall Men's/Home/Kids (opened 1972 as Weinstock's, became Macy's 1996 - 160,000, sq. ft.)
**Roseville - Westfield Galleria at Roseville (opened 2000, expanded 2007, 220,000 sq ft.)
**Roseville - The Ridge at Creekside Furniture Gallery (opened 2001)
*Salinas, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Salinas - Northridge Mall (opened 1972 as Emporium, became Macy's 1996, 170,334 sq ft.)
**Monterey - Del Monte Center (opened 1967, 212,500 sq ft.)
**Monterey - Del Monte Center Furniture Gallery (opened 1997, replaced 2005)
*San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**San Francisco-San Mateo-Redwood City, CA Metropolitan Division
***Corte Madera - The Village at Corte Madera (opened 1985, convert|110000|sqft|m2|abbr=on., Macy's Intimates, 12,368 sq ft.)
***Daly City - Serramonte Center (opened 1968, 239,202 sq ft.)
***Novato - Vintage Oaks/Novato Furniture Gallery (opened 1992, 52,600 sq ft.)
***San Francisco - Union Square (flagship) (opened 1928, expanded 1948, 1999)
***San Francisco - Union Square Men's (opened 1984 in former Liberty House originally built 1974)
***San Francisco - Stonestown (opened 1952 as Emporium, became Macy's 1996, 267,788 sq ft.)
***San Mateo - Hillsdale Shopping Center (opened 1954, 246,175 sq ft.)
***San Mateo - Hillsdale Furniture Gallery (freestanding) (opened 1987)
***San Rafael - The Mall at Northgate (opened 1964 as Emporium, became Macy's 1996, 254,015 sq ft.)

**Oakland-Fremont-Hayward, CA Metropolitan Division
***Antioch - Somersville Towne Center (opened 2004, 110,000 sq ft.)
***Concord - Sunvalley Mall (opened 1967, convert|389000|sqft|m2|abbr=on., including Men's/Home store)
***Concord - Sunvalley Mall Men's/Home (opened 1981 as Emporium-Capwell, became Macy's 1996)
***Hayward - Southland Mall (opened as Liberty House re-opened 1983 as Emporium-Capwell, became Macy's 1996, 180,462 sq ft.)
***Newark - NewPark Mall (opened 1980, 190,000 sq ft.)
***Pleasanton - Stoneridge Shopping Center (opened 1980, 191,759 sq ft.)
***Pleasanton - Stoneridge Shopping Center Men's/Home (opened 1980 as Emporium-Capwell, became Macy's 1996, 167,111 sq ft.)
***Pleasanton - Rose Pavilion/Pleasanton Furniture Gallery (opened 1994, 48,000 sq ft.)
***Richmond - Hilltop Mall (opened 1976 as Capwell's, became Macy's 1996, 201,000 sq ft.)
***San Leandro - Bayfair Center (opened 1957, 212,918 sq ft.)
***Union City - Union City Clearance Store (freestanding) (opened 1977)
***Walnut Creek - Broadway Plaza (opened 1954 as Capwell's, became Macy's 1996, 190,000 sq ft.)
***Walnut Creek - Broadway Plaza Men's/Junior's Store (opened 1995 in former I. Magnin location, 70,256 sq ft.)

*San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Cupertino - Vallco Fashion Park (opened 1997 in former Emporium, 176,962 sq ft.)
**Palo Alto - Stanford Shopping Center (opened 1961, 225,830 sq ft.)
**Palo Alto - Stanford Shopping Center Men's Store (opened 1956 as I. Magnin, became Macy's 1995, 94,337 sq ft.)
**San Jose - Eastridge Mall (opened 1971, 175,000 sq ft.)
**San Jose - Westfield Oakridge (opened 1978, 165,129 sq ft.)
**Santa Clara - Westfield Valley Fair (opened 1956, 316,478 sq ft.)
**Santa Clara - Westfield Valley Fair Men's/Home (opened 1957 as Emporium, became Macy's 1996, 198,300 sq ft.)
**Sunnyvale - The Silicon Valley Wave (formerly Sunnyvale Town Center) (opened 1979, 177,816 sq ft.)

*Santa Rosa-Petaluma, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Santa Rosa - Coddingtown Mall (opened 1966 as Emporium, became Macy's 1996, replacing existing store, 185,666 sq ft.)
**Santa Rosa - Santa Rosa Plaza (opened 1981, 179,500 sq ft.)
*Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Capitola - Capitola Mall (opened 2002, 101,597 sq ft.)
*Stockton, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Stockton - Sherwood Mall (opened 1966, 165,008 sq ft.)
*Vallejo-Fairfield, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Fairfield - Westfield Solano (opened 1985, 156,000 sq ft.)

Southern California

*Bakersfield, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Bakersfield - Valley Plaza Mall (opened 1967 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 143,771 sq ft.)
*El Centro, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**El Centro - Imperial Valley Mall (opened 2005 as Robinsons-May, became Macy's 2006, 140,000 sq ft.)
*Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale, CA Metropolitan Division
***Arcadia - Westfield Santa Anita (opened 1974 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 188,200 sq ft.)
***Burbank - Burbank Town Center (opened 1992 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, 245,000 sq ft.)
***Cerritos - Los Cerritos Center (opened 1971 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 174,500 sq ft.)
***City of Industry - Puente Hills Mall (opened 1974 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 152,000 sq ft.)
***Culver City - Westfield Fox Hills (opened 1975 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 192,500 sq ft.)
***Downey - Stonewood Center (opened 1990 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1996, Macy's 2006, 146,250 sq ft.)
***Downey - Stonewood Center Home Store (opened 1990 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1996, Macy's 2006, 30,130 sq ft.)
***Glendale - Glendale Galleria (opened 1976 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 190,000 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Baldwin Hills) - Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza (opened 1947 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 154,000 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Canoga Park) - Westfield Topanga (opened as Robinsons-May 1994, replacing 1964 May Co., became Macy's 2006, 251,887 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Century City) - Westfield Century City (opened 1976 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, 135,000 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Downtown) - Macy's Plaza (opened 1973 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 262,000 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Downtown) - 7+FIG at E&Y Plaza (opened 1986 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 120,152 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Eagle Rock) - Eagle Rock Plaza (opened 1973 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 146,377 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Fairfax District) - Beverly Center (opened 1982 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, 157,000 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Fairfax District) - Beverly Center Men's (opened 1993 as Bullock's Men's, became Macy's 1996, 68,000 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (North Hollywood) - Laurel Plaza (freestanding) (opened 1955 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006)
***Los Angeles (Northridge) - Northridge Fashion Center (opened 1971 as Bullock's, rebuilt 1995 after Northridge Earthquake, became Macy's 1996, 189,650 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Northridge) - Northridge Fashion Center Men's/Home (opened 1995 as Robinsons-May, replacing 1988 J.W. Robinsons, temporarily closed 2006, reopened as second Macy's location, 185,200 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Rancho Park) - Westside Pavilion (opened 1965 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 220,000 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Rancho Park) - Westside Pavilion Furniture Gallery (opened 2004, 43,435 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Sherman Oaks) - Westfield Fashion Square (opened 1962 as Bullock's, rebuilt after 1994 Northridge Earthquake, became Macy's 1996, 280,535 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Woodland Hills) - Westfield Shoppingtown Promenade (opened 1993 as Bullock's in former J.W. Robinson's, became Macy's 1996, )
***Los Angeles (Woodland Hills) - Westfield Shoppingtown Promenade Men's (opened 1995 as Bullock's in former I. Magnin, became Macy's 1996)
***Los Angeles - Mission Road Clearance Store (freestanding) (opened 1998)
***Lakewood - Lakewood Center (opened 1952 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, replaced existing Macy's store 7/2006, 362,852 sq ft.)
***Manhattan Beach - Manhattan Village Shopping Center (opened 1982 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, 185,000 sq ft.)
***Manhattan Beach - Manhattan Village Shopping Center Men's (opened 1992 as Bullock's Mens in former Buffum's, became Macy's 1996)
***Montebello - Montebello Town Center Home (opened 2001, became Macy's Home upon conversion of previous Robinsons-May to Macy's, 90,000 sq ft.)
***Montebello - Montebello Town Center (opened 1985 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 140,468 sq ft.)
***Pasadena - Paseo Colorado (opened 1980 as The Broadway, briefly closed 1996, became Macy's 1997, 152,547 sq ft.)
***Pasadena - The Shops on Lake Avenue (opened 1947 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, 295,000 sq ft.)
***Redondo Beach - South Bay Galleria (opened 1959 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 334,896 sq ft.)
***Santa Monica - Santa Monica Place (opened 1990 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 152,000 sq ft.)
***Torrance - Del Amo Fashion Center (opened 1966 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, 251,892 sq ft.)
***Torrance - Del Amo Fashion Center Home Store (opened 1959 as The Broadway, closed 1996, became Macy's Home on the top two floors in 1999, 145,776 sq ft.)
***Torrance - Del Amo Fashion Center (opened 1981 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, expected to close at future date, 171,415 sq ft.)
***Valencia - Westfield Valencia Town Center (opened 1992 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 140,498 sq ft.)
***West Covina - Westfield West Covina (opened 1975 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, closed 2006, reopened as Macy's Mens/Home 2007 150,000 sq ft.)
***West Covina - Westfield West Covina (opened 1993 as Robinsons-May, became Macy's 2006, converted to Macy's Womens/Housewares 2007, 150,000 sq ft.)
***Santa Ana-Anaheim-Irvine, CA Metropolitan Division
***Brea - Brea Mall (opened 1978 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 188,000 sq ft.)
***Brea - Brea Mall Men's/Home (opened 1977 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, temporarily closed 2006, reopened as a Macy's Men's/Home 2006, 198,000 sq ft.)
***Costa Mesa - South Coast Plaza (opened 1973 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, 280,000 sq ft.)
***Costa Mesa - South Coast Plaza Men's (opened 1973 as I. Magnin, became Bullock's Men's 1991, Macy's 1996)
***Costa Mesa - South Coast Plaza Home/Furniture (opened 2000 in former The Broadway)
***Irvine - Irvine Spectrum Center (opened 2002 as Robinsons-May, became Macy's 2006, 240,000 sq ft.)
***Laguna Hills - Laguna Hills Mall (opened 1975 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 160,000 sq ft.)
***Mission Viejo - The Shops at Mission Viejo (opened 1980 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, future status undetermined, 202,785 sq ft.)
***Mission Viejo - The Shops at Mission Viejo (opened 1979 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 224,315 sq ft.)
***Newport Beach, Orange County - Fashion Island (opened 1967 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, replaced existing Macy's store 7/2006, 224,219 sq ft.)
***Santa Ana - Westfield MainPlace (opened 1954 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, store will replaced at future date, 225,000 sq ft.)
***Santa Ana - Westfield MainPlace Men's/Home (opened 1991 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, became Macy's 7/2006, 142,500 sq ft.)
***Westminster - Westminster Mall (opened 1974 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, replaced existing Macy's 7/2006, 199,839 sq ft.)
*Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Montclair - Montclair Plaza (opened 1968 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, replaced existing Macy's 7/2006, 183,301 sq ft.)
**Moreno Valley - Moreno Valley Mall (opened 1992 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006)
**Rancho Cucamonga - Victoria Gardens (opened 2004, currently Macy's Women's only store, 167,426 sq ft.)
**Rancho Cucamonga - Victoria Gardens (opened 2004 as Robinsons-May, became Macy's 2006, currently Macy's Men's, Home and Children's store 167,598 sq ft.)
**Riverside - Galleria at Tyler (opened 1973 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, replaced existing Macy's 7/2006, 157,384 sq ft.)
**San Bernardino - Inland Center (opened 1998 as Robinsons-May, replaced existing Macy's 7/2006, 165,000 sq ft.)
**Temecula - The Promenade In Temecula (opened 2002, currently a Macy's Women's store, 165,000 sq ft.)
**Temecula - The Promenade in Temecula (opened 1999 as Robinsons-May, became Macy's 2006, currently Macy's Men's, Home and Children's 200,000 sq ft.)
**Palm Desert - Westfield Palm Desert (opened 1982 as May Company, became Robinsons-May 1993, expanded 2002, replaced existing Macy's store 7/2006, 196,285 sq ft.)
*San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Carlsbad - Westfield Plaza Camino Real (opened 1979 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 152,000 sq ft.)
**Carlsbad - Westfield Plaza Camino Real Men's/Home (opened 1980 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, 115,000 sq ft.)
**Chula Vista - Chula Vista Center (opened 1962 as Marston's, became The Broadway 1964, Macy's 1996, 150,000 sq ft.)
**Chula Vista - Otay Ranch Town Center (opened 2006)
**El Cajon - Westfield Parkway (opened 1972 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 115,612 sq ft.)
**Escondido- Westfield North County (opened 1986 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, future status underdetermined, 144,938 sq ft.)
**Escondido- Westfield North County South (opened 1986 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, temporarily closed 2006, reopened as Macy's 2006, convert|146414|sqft|m2|abbr=on.?)
**La Mesa - Grossmont Shopping Center (opened 1961 as Marston's, became The Broadway 1964, Macy's 1996, 145,000 sq ft.)
**National City - Westfield Plaza Bonita (opened 1981 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 153,478 sq ft.)
**San Diego - Westfield Horton Plaza (opened 1985 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 129,505 sq ft.)
**San Diego (Mission Valley) - Westfield Mission Valley (opened 1961 as May Co, became Robinson's-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 363,000 sq ft.)
**San Diego (Mission Valley) - Westfield Mission Valley Home (opened 1975 as Bullock's, became Robinson's-May Home 1993, Macy's Home 2006, 173,227 sq ft.)
**San Diego (University City) - Westfield UTC (opened 1977 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 155,623 sq ft.)
*Santa Barbara-Santa Maria, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Santa Barbara - La Cumbre Plaza (opened 1967 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 150,000 sq ft.)
**Santa Barbara - Paseo Nuevo (opened 1990 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 136,000 sq ft.)
**Santa Maria - Santa Maria Town Center (opened 1990 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, Macy's 2006, 133,000 sq ft.)
*Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Simi Valley - Simi Valley Town Center (opened 2005, 110,000 sq ft.)
**Simi Valley - Simi Valley Town Center Men's/Home (opened 2005 as Robinsons-May, became Macy's Men's/Home 2006, 140,000 sq ft.)
**Thousand Oaks - The Oaks Women's (opened 1978 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May Women's 1993, Macy's 2006 replacing existing store, 127,410 sq ft.)
**Thousand Oaks - The Oaks Men's/Children's/Home (opened 1978 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 144,000 sq ft)
**Ventura - Pacific View (opened 1963 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 180,000 sq ft.)

Colorado

*Boulder, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Boulder - Twenty Ninth Street (opened 1983 as May D&F, became Foley's 1993, Macy's 2006, 148,882 sq ft.)

*Colorado Springs, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Colorado Springs - Chapel Hills Mall (opened 1998 as Foley's, became Macy's 2006, 171,000 sq ft.)
**Colorado Springs - The Citadel Mall (opened 1984 as May D&F, became Foley's 1993, Macy's 2006, 171,000 sq ft.)
*Denver-Aurora, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Aurora - Town Center at Aurora (opened 1975 as May D&F, became Foley's 1993, rebuilt 2005, Macy's 2006, 280,460 sq ft.)
**Broomfield - FlatIron Crossing (opened 2000 as Foley's, became Macy's 2006, 180,000 sq ft.)
**Centennial - Southglenn Mall (The Streets at Southglenn 2008) (opened 1974 as May D&F, became Foley's 1993, Macy's 2006, 160,000 sq ft.)
**Denver - Cherry Creek Shopping Center (2 locations) (opened 1990 as May D&F, became Foley's 1993, Macy's 2006, convert|200000|sqft|m2|abbr=on., including home store)
**Denver - NorthField at Stapleton (opened 2006)
**unincoporated Jefferson County near Littleton - Southwest Plaza (opened 1982 as May D&F, became Foley's 1993, Macy's 2006, 100,000 sq ft.)
**unincorporated Douglas County near Lone Tree - Park Meadows (opened 1997 as Foley's, became Macy's 2006, 200,000 sq ft.)
**Westminster - "The Orchards Town Center" (opening spring 2007)
**Westminster - Westminster Mall (opened 1986 as May D&F, became Foley's 1993, Macy's 2006, 150,000 sq ft.)

*Fort Collins-Loveland, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Fort Collins - Foothills Mall (opened 1974 as May D&F, became Foley's 1993, Macy's 2006, 128,000 sq ft.)
**Loveland - The Shops at Centerra (opened 2005 as Foley's, became Macy's 2006, 152,000 sq ft.)

Hawaii

*Honolulu, HI Metropolitan Statistical Area (contiguous with Island of Oahu)
**Aiea - Pearlridge Center (opened 1971 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001, 150,000 sq ft.)
**Honolulu - Ala Moana Center (opened 1966 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001, 326,680 sq ft.)
**Honolulu - Ala Moana Center Jewelry Gallery (opened 1989 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001)
**Honolulu - Downtown Honolulu (freestanding) (opened 1850 as H. Hackfield, renamed Liberty House 1917, became Macy's 2001, 91,200 sq ft.)
**Honolulu - Kahala Mall (2 locations) (opened 1958 as Liberty House, including a separate Men's Store, became Macy's 2001)
**Honolulu - Waikiki at the Beachcomber Hotel (opened 1937 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001)
**Kailua - Downtown Kailua (freestanding) (opened 1946 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001)
**Kaneohe - Windward Mall (opened 1982 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001, 86,000 sq ft.)
*Hilo, HI Micropolitan Statistical Area (contiguous with Island of Hawaii)
**Hilo - Prince Kuhio Plaza (opened 1985 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001, 50,477 sq ft.)
**Hilo - Prince Kuhio Plaza Home, Men's & Children's (opened 2003 in former JCPenney space, 61,873 sq ft.)
**Kailua-Kona - Makalapua Center (opened 1997 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001)
**Kamuela, Kohala Coast - Mauna Lani Bay Hotel Resort Store (opened 1983 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001)
**Waikoloa Village - Kings' Shop Resort (opened 1992 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001)
*Kapaa, HI Micropolitan Statistical Area (contiguous with Island of Kauai)
**Lihue - Kukui Grove Center (opened 1992 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001, 76,000 sq ft.)
**Lihue - Kukui Grove Center Men's & Home (opened 2003)
*Kahului-Wailuku, HI Micropolitan Statistical Area (contiguous with Island of Maui)
**Kahului - Queen Ka'ahumanu Center (opened 2003 in former JCPenney location, 81,456 sq ft.)
**Kahului - Queen Ka'ahumanu Center Men's Children's & Home (opened 1972 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001, 82,950 sq ft.)
**Kaanapali - Hyatt Regency Maui Resort Store (opened 1983 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001)

Nevada

*Las Vegas-Paradise, NV Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Las Vegas - The Boulevard Mall (opened 1966 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 178,550 sq ft.)
**Las Vegas - Macy's Las Vegas (opened 1981 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, expanded 2002, 199,000 sq ft.)
**Las Vegas - Fashion Show (opened 1981 as Goldwaters, became May Company 1989, Robinsons-May 1993, expanded 2002, Macy's 2006, Closing January 2008, 200,000 sq ft.)
**Las Vegas - Meadows Mall (opened 1978 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, 189,750 sq ft.)
**Las Vegas - Las Vegas Home Store (freestanding) (opened 1994)
**Henderson - Galleria at Sunset (opened 1996 as Robinsons-May, became Macy's 2006, 220,000 sq ft.)
**Las Vegas - "Summerlin Centre"(tentatively expected to summer 2009)
**Las Vegas - "Great Mall of Las Vegas"(tentatively expected in 2008)

*Reno-Sparks, NV Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Reno - Meadowood Mall (opened 1978, 165,500 sq ft.)
**Reno - Meadowood Mall Men's/Home (opened 1979 as Liberty House, became Macy's 1984, 98,700 sq ft.)
**Reno - Reno Furniture Gallery (freestanding) (opened 1994)

New Mexico

*Albuquerque, NM Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Albuquerque - Coronado Center (opened 1976 as Goldwaters, became May D&F 1989, Foley's 1993, replaced existing Macy's 2006, 146,000 sq ft.)
**Albuquerque - Cottonwood Mall (opened 1996 as Foley's, became Macy's 2006, 164,978 sq ft.)

Texas

*El Paso, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area
**El Paso - Cielo Vista Mall (opened 2002 as Foley's, became Macy's 2006, 180,000 sq ft.)
**El Paso - Sunland Park Mall (opened 2004 as Foley's in former JCPenney, became Macy's 2006, 104,550 sq ft.)

Guam

*Dededo, Guam - Micronesia Mall (opened 1994 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001, 81,124 sq ft.)

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Arizona

*Phoenix-Scottsdale-Mesa, AZ Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Mesa - Fiesta Mall (opened 1979 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, replaced 2006 by Robinsons-May store, 205,365 sq ft.)
**Phoenix - Paradise Valley Mall (opened 1991 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, replaced 2006 by Robinsons-May store, 180,000 sq ft.)
**Scottsdale - Scottsdale Fashion Square (opened 1961 as Goldwaters, became Robinson's 1989, Robinsons-May 1993, closed 2006, reopening as Barneys New York, 279,000 sq ft.)
*Tucson, AZ Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Tucson - Tucson Mall (opened 1982 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, replaced 2006 by Robinsons-May store, 135,000 sq ft.)

Southern California

*Bakersfield, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Bakersfield - Valley Plaza Mall (opened 1988 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006, 123,411 sq ft.)
*Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale, CA Metropolitan Division
***Arcadia - Westfield Santa Anita (opened 1976 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006, 156,270 sq ft.)
***Beverly Hills - Wilshire Boulevard (freestanding) (opened 1952 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006)
***Cerritos - Los Cerritos Center (opened 1971 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006, 145,678 sq ft.)
***Culver City - Westfield Fox Hills (opened 1975 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006, 147,845 sq ft.)
***Glendale - Glendale Galleria (opened as Robinsons-May in 1993 at former Buffum's location, closed 2006, sold to Target, 180,000 sq ft)
***Lakewood - Lakewood Center (opened 2000, replaced by Robinsons-May store 2006, 210,000 sq ft.)
***Santa Monica - Santa Monica Place (opened 1981 as J.W. Robinsons's, became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006, 131,000 sq ft.)
**Santa Ana-Anaheim-Irvine, CA Metropolitan Division
**Costa Mesa - South Coast Plaza (opened 1966 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006, reopening as Bloomingdale's May 2007, 245,000 sq ft.)
**Newport Beach, Orange County - Fashion Island (opened 1995 as Macy's Women's in former I. Magnin location, replaced 7/2006 by Robinsons-May store, 80,000 sq ft.)
**Santa Ana - Westfield MainPlace North (opened 1991 as May Co., became Robinsons-May Women's 1993, closed 3/2006, reopening as JCPenney 2007, 142,500 sq ft.)
**Westminster - Westminster Mall (opened 2002, replaced 7/2006 by existing Robinsons-May, sold to Target, 175,000 sq ft.)
*Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Montclair - Montclair Plaza (opened 1968 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, replaced by Robinsons-May store 2006, 145,820 sq ft.)
**Riverside - Galleria at Tyler (opened 1970 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, replaced by Robinsons-May store 2006, 165,555 sq ft.)
**San Bernardino - Inland Center (opened 1968 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, replaced by Robinsons-May store 2006, 149,814 sq ft.)
**Palm Desert - Westfield Palm Desert (opened 1983 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, replaced by existing Robinsons-May 7/2006, 185,659 sq ft.)
**Palm Desert - Westfield Palm Desert Men's/Home (opened 1995 as Bullock's Men's/Home in former I. Magnin, became Macy's 1996, replaced by existing Robinsons-May 7/2006)
*San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Carlsbad - Westfield Plaza Camino Real (opened 1969 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006, 148,159 sq ft.)
**Escondido- Westfield North County North (opened 1986 as May Co., became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006, convert|146414|sqft|m2|abbr=on.?)
**San Diego (Mission Valley) - Fashion Valley Mall (opened 1969 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006, reopening as Bloomingdale's 11/18/2006, 201,502 sq ft.)
**San Diego (University City) - Westfield UTC (opened 1978 as J.W. Robinson's, became Robinsons-May 1993, closed 3/2006, 127,130 sq ft.)
*Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Thousand Oaks - The Oaks Women's (opened 1983 as Bullock's, became Macy's Women's 1996, replaced by existing Robinsons-May Women's 2006, 161,000 sq ft.)
**Thousand Oaks - The Oaks South Men's/Home (opened 1978 as May Co., became Robinsons-May Men's/Home 1993, closed 3/2006, 145,000 sq ft.)
**Ventura - Pacific View (opened 1999 as Robinsons-May, closed 3/2006, 165,000 sq ft.)

Minnesota

*Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Bloomington - Mall of America (opened 1992, transferred to Macy's North 7/30/2006, 280,000 sq ft.)

New Mexico

*Albuquerque, NM Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Albuquerque - Coronado Center (opened 1976 as The Broadway, replaced 2006 by Robinsons-May store, sold to Target, 159,378 sq ft.)

Texas

*Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Dallas - Galleria Dallas (opened 1985, store transferred to Macy's South 7/30/2006, 250,000 sq ft.)
**Frisco - Stonebriar Centre (opened 2000, closed 9/2006, 209,947 sq ft.)
*Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Houston - The Galleria (opened 1986, store transferred to Macy's South 7/30/2006, expected to close at future date, 232,600 sq ft.)
*San Antonio, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area
**San Antonio - North Star Mall (opened 1997 in former Marshall Field's, closed 8/2006, to become J.C. Penney summer 2007, 177,000 sq ft.)

Closed prior to Federated/May merger

Arizona

*Phoenix-Scottsdale-Mesa, AZ Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Phoenix - Metrocenter Mall (opened 1973 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, closed 2005, 156,000 sq ft.)

Northern California

*Sacramento-Arden-Arcade-Roseville, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Citrus Heights - Birdcage Walk Shopping Center (opened 1977, replaced 1996 by Weinstocks store at Sunrise Mall; current site demolished/replaced by Target Greatland)
*San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**San Francisco-San Mateo-Redwood City, CA Metropolitan Division
***San Rafael - San Rafael Downtown (freestanding) (Opened 1948 as Albert's, sold to Macy's 1952, replaced 1996 by Emporium at Northgate,demolished 2000 now apartments)
***Richmond - 10th Street (now Harbour Way) at MacDonald Avenue (freestanding) (Opened 1948 as Albert's, sold to Macy's 1952, closed 1973 partially demolished in 1980's)
***Richmond - Hilltop Mall (opened 1976, closed 1996 and moved to former Emporium-Capwell building in same mall. Occupied by Wal-Mart since Spring 2007, 190,200 sq ft.)

Southern California

*Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area
**Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale, CA Metropolitan Division
***Los Angeles (Baldwin Hills) - Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza (opened 1947 as The Broadway, became Macy's 1996, closed 1999, is now a Wal-Mart, 150,000 sq ft.)
***Los Angeles (Westwood) - Westwood Village (opened 1952 as Bullock's, became Macy's 1996, closed 1999)

Hawaii

*Honolulu, HI Metropolitan Statistical Area (contiguous with Island of Oahu)
**Honolulu - Kahala Center Lifestyle Store (opened 1995 as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001)
*Kahului-Wailuku, HI Micropolitan Statistical Area (contiguous with Island of Maui)
**Kihei - Four Seasons Wailea Resort Store (opened as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001, closed 2003)
*Kapaa, HI Micropolitan Statistical Area (contiguous with Island of Kauai)
**Lihue - Coconut Market Place (opened as Liberty House, became Macy's 2001, closed 2003)'

Texas

*Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area [ [http://houston.bizjournals.com/houston/stories/1997/02/24/daily15.html Macy's sells three Houston stores to Dillard's] "Houston Business Journal", February 28, 1997.] [ [http://www.chron.com/CDA/archives/archive.mpl?id=1997_1397792 Shopping spree/Dillard to buy 3 Macy's stores/Chain left with 1 site in Galleria] , "Houston Chronicle", March 1, 1997.]
** Friendswood - Baybrook Mall (opened 1985, became Dillard's 1997, expanded 2002, 296,811 sq ft.) [http://www.chron.com/CDA/archives/archive.mpl?id=1985_15515 5th Macy's for Houston] , "Houston Chronicle", June 14, 1985.]
** Houston - Willowbrook Mall (opened 1984, became Dillard's 1997, 268,596 sq ft.)
** Humble - Deerbrook Mall (opened 1984, became Dillard's 1997, 208,666 sq ft.)

References

External links

* [http://www.federated-fds.com/retail/mcw_1_2.asp Macy's West]


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