Macy's announced they are closing dozens of stores across the country in the first part of 2016, including the location at Country Club Plaza in Arden Arcade.
"In light of our disappointing 2015 sales and earnings performance we are making adjustments to become more efficient and productive in our operations," Terry J. Lundgren, chairman of chief executive officer of Macy's, Inc. said in a press release posted online.
The Country Club Plaza location near El Camino and Watt avenues had remained open despite other store closures at the mall. It opened in the 1960s and employs more than 100 people.
A few thousand employees nationwide will be let go in the restructuring, the company hopes to rehire about half of them at other Macy's or Bloomingdale locations. More than 150 senior executives are leaving the company in spring 2016.