Nordstrom (JWN) is reportedly closing 16 of its full-line stores permanently as it looks to trim costs. All of the retailer’s 378 locations have been temporarily closed amid the coronavirus pandemic but will begin to reopen in phases as local and state authorities allow.

The stores that will be closing include 16 of the company’s 116 Nordstom’s namesake stores. Nordstrom also operates 247 Nordstrom Rack locations, three Jeffrey boutiques, two clearance stores, five Truck Club locations, and five Nordstrom Local service hubs.

The stores that will be closing were confirmed by Nordstrom to Business Insider. They include:

Arizona

  • Chandler Fashion Center in Chandler, Arizona

California

  • Arden Fair Mall in Sacramento
  • Paseo Nuevo in Santa Barbara
  • Montclair Place in Montclair
  • Westfield North County in Escondido
  • The Galleria at Tyler in Riverside
  • Stoneridge Shopping Center in Pleasanton

Colorado

  • FlatIron Crossing in Broomfield

Florida

  • Waterside Shops in Naples
  • Dadeland Mall in Miami

Maryland

  • Annapolis Mall in Annapolis

New Jersey

  • Freehold Raceway Mall in Freehold

Oregon

  • Clackamas Town Center in Happy Valley

Texas

  • North East Mall in Hurst

Virginia

  • Short Pump Town Center in Richmond

Puerto Rico

  • The Mall of San Juan Blvd in San Juan

Shares of Nordstrom stock were up 4.14% as of 3:55 p.m. EDT on Friday.

A view of New York City's first-ever women's Nordstrom that spans seven stories taken on November 27, 2019 in New York City A view of New York City's first-ever women's Nordstrom that spans seven stories taken on November 27, 2019 in New York City Photo: AFP / TIMOTHY A. CLARY