Westfield Mission Valley’s Macy’s apparel store, which opened as a May Company in 1961, will officially close its doors Sunday night, and the 385,000-square-foot three-level building will remain dark indefinitely.
Westfield spokeswoman Katy Dickey told The San Diego Union-Tribune there are no announcements of a new tenant.
“We continue to evaluate a range of new opportunities for the building with the aim of introducing new elements, energy and choices for our customers,” she told the U-T.
A second Macy’s store at Westfield Mission Valley that offers home furnishings will remain open, and nearby Macy’s at Fashion Valley is also keeping its lights on.
The shuttering of Macy’s in Mission Valley is a reminder of the building’s presence in San Diego: The city’s Historic Resources Board marked it as a historical modernist site last year.
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