Macy's can soon leave St. Paul without penalty

  • Article by: KEVIN DUCHSCHERE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 28, 2012 - 11:11 PM

There are no signs that the downtown retailer is about to close its doors, but after 10 years its commitment to stay is about to expire.

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FrankLDec. 29, 12 9:00 PM

Ah, such a nice store to close. No crowds, no lines at the registers, plenty of clerks per customer. Can't understand why they would close it. :-)

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tooty123Dec. 30, 12 2:06 PM

It was great to shop at the downtown Dayton's with salespeople who were old enough to know what "service" meant. But, then Macy's comes in with different goods and their "service" is not what Dayton's had established. If Macy's doesn't want the location, Herberger's should go in there because they are more like Dayton's, which Minnesotans liked.

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thehoffersJan. 2, 13 4:07 PM

I was there on Christmas Eve. Could have swung a dead politician around in any aisle without hitting anyone.

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