NEW YORK–Phase two of Macy’s renovation of its Herald Square flagship will include the completion of the main, mezzanine and second floors of the store bridging both the Broadway and Seventh Avenue buildings. The work is expected to be complete by this year’s holiday season.
For the first time in the store’s history, the windows along Seventh Avenue will be open, and the mezzanine level will link the 34th and 35th street sides of the Broadway Building, providing a seamless shopping experience, the retailer said. Other changes will include a redesigned cosmetics and fragrances department, a reimagined Men’s Store, relocated visitor center, and the re-opening of the Memorial Door entrance on 34th Street.
“The remodel of Macy’s Herald Square is unlike any other renovation project in modern retail history,” said Peter Sachse, chief stores officer for Macy’s, Inc. “Its magnitude is massive and its impact impressive, as it transforms the store with the singular goal of creating the most dynamic shopping environment for our customers.”