23 June 2020
The Weekly
United States

Nordstrom on Wednesday will reopen all of its New York City stores, becoming the first nonessential department store in the city to set a date to be fully back in business. The company, which has been phasing in retail operations around the country, market-by-market, for several weeks, said its 57th Street women’s flagship at 225 West 57th Street, and its men’s store at 235 West 57th Street, as well as its two Nordstrom Rack off-price stores on Union Square, and 31st Street and Sixth Avenue, and the Nordstrom Local service hubs at 1273 Third Avenue and 13 Seventh Avenue will open. Attention will be paid to guidance and directives from local and national authorities, taking steps to ensure stores and operations remain in alignment with those. The phase two reopening order does not allow some businesses, like malls, gyms or indoor restaurants and bars to reopen yet, which will be allowed to return in phase three.

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