Seattle, Washington-based Nordstrom, the luxury department store retailer with legendary customer service has announced the closure of its 100,000 square-foot store in the San Francisco Stonestown Galleria. The last day of business is scheduled for September 13, 2019. According to a WARN (Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification) notice filed with the State of California, the closure is permanent and will affect 230 employees.
According to a company spokesperson, "We keep a close eye on the long-term performance of our stores, real estate agreements and the future needs of our business. We look at our business market-to-market to understand where we have opportunities to grow while also being as efficient as possible in serving our customers. Looking at our needs in the San Francisco market, we decided it made the most sense to close this store."
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