NEW YORK — The $400 million renovation of the Macy’s Herald Square flagship is entering the second phase.
On Thursday, the retailer revealed that the main floor, mezzanine and second floors will be the next areas to receive updates, work that will impact beauty, accessories and men’s wear. In addition, the plan calls for linking the 34th and 35th Street sides of the Broadway building for the first time in the store’s history. A new visitor’s center will be installed on the mezzanine, and the historic Memorial Door entrance on 34th Street will be restored and reopened as an entrance.
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