With Macy’s (M) announcing that it would be closing 125 stores over the next three years, the first round of store closures from the retailer has been revealed. The company will reportedly be closing as many as 32 stores in the near-term.

In the same week that Macy’s made the announcement that it would be closing stores, 2,000 jobs were cut as it looks to close offices in San Francisco and Cincinnati.

The department store retailer has struggled to keep up with the consumer shift to online shopping. Macy’s said it will be closing underperforming stores in lower-tier malls to help it focus on locations that are performing well and ramp up its e-commerce sales.

Here are the Macy’s stores that will be closing in 2020 (via USA Today):

California

  • Antioch: Somersville Towne Center
  • San Diego: Horton Plaza Park

Connecticut

  • Meriden: Westfield Meriden

Florida

  • Miami: The Falls Mall
  • Pompano Beach: Pompano Citi Centre
  • Sanford: Seminole Towne Center
  • Vero Beach: Indian River Mall

Georgia

  • Decatur: The Gallery at South DeKalb
  • Macon: Macon Mall

Hawaii

  • Waikoloa Village: Kings’ Shops

Idaho

  • Lewiston: Lewiston Center Mall

Illinois

  • Carbondale: University Mall
  • West Dundee: Spring Hill Mall

Indiana

  • Muncie: Muncie Mall

Kansas

  • Prairie Village

Kentucky

  • Owensboro: Towne Square Mall

Maryland

  • Salisbury: The Centre at Salisbury

Massachusetts

  • Leominster: The Mall at Whitney Field

Montana

  • Helena: Helena Northside Center

New York

  • Commack
  • Hicksville: Broadway Commons
  • North Carolina
  • Winston-Salem: Hanes Mall

Ohio

  • Cincinnati: Northgate Mall
  • St. Clairsville: Ohio Valley Mall
  • Stow: Stow-Kent Plaza

Pennsylvania

  • Harrisburg: Harrisburg East Mall
  • State College: Nittany Mall

Tennessee

  • Goodlettsville: RiverGate Mall

Washington

  • Burlington: Cascade Mall
  • Seattle: Downtown
  • Walla Walla: Downtown

Shares of Macy's stock were down 2.41% as of 1:58 p.m. EST on Thursday. 

Macy's Racist Assualt Two Macy's employees were the victims of racist comments made by a male customer that lashed out after hearing them speak Arabic. A view of the Macy's flagship store, May 12, 2017 in the Herald Square neighborhood in New York City. Photo: Getty Images/Drew Angerer