A year after Macy's said it would shutter its Downtown headquarters for good, the retailer's name has been stripped from its former Seventh Street building and the Cincinnati skyline.
In 2020, the now New York City-based department store retailer announced it would abandon a decades-old dual-headquarters structure between the Big Apple and the Queen City as part of broader cost-cutting moves.
The company said then it would shift hundreds of jobs to facilities in Springdale and Deerfield Township.
The office closure came two years after Macy's closed its Downtown store at Fountain Square.
"As we previously announced, we have closed this office and moved our colleagues to our office at Progress Place in Springdale," a Macy's spokesperson said Thursday.
Macy's Cincinnati origins date back to the early 1990s when the then-regional chain was acquired out of bankruptcy by then-locally-based Federated Department Stores. In the late 2000s, Federated switched all its stores to the Macy's brand and changed the corporate name to match.
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