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The 27 Cities Getting Nordstrom Racks This Year

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Nordstrom is betting heavily on its off-price Rack stores to drive revenue and growth in the upcoming years. According to a recent earnings call covered here, Nordstrom plans to operate 300 Nordstrom Rack stores by 2020 and it's already planning for 27 new locations in 2015, some of which will be opening by the end of March. Comparatively, the retailer has only planned to open four regular Nordstrom locations in the US and two in Canada this year. If all goes according to plan, Nordstrom will operate 194 Rack stores by the end of 2015.

Nordstrom Rack openings planned this year:

Anchorage, Alaska: The Mall at Sears (Fall)

Bakersfield, California: The Shops at River Walk (March 26)

Cerritos, California: Cerritos Best Plaza (Fall)

Dublin, California: Village at Dublin (May 7)

Emeryville, California: East Bay Bridge Center (Fall)

Laguna Niguel, California: The Center at Rancho Niguel (April 16)

Long Beach, California: Marina Pacifica Mall (Fall)

Redlands, California: Mountain Grove (March 26)

Thousand Oaks, California: Janss Marketplace (Fall)

Fort Collins, Colorado: Foothills Mall (Fall)

Newark, Delaware: Christiana Fashion Center (Fall)

Clearwater, Florida: Clearwater (Fall)

Miami, Florida: The Shops at Midtown Miami (April 16)

Baton Rouge, Louisiana: The Mall of Louisiana (Fall)

Westwood, Massachusetts: University Station (March 26)

St. Louis Park, Minnesota: The Shops at Knollwood (April 16)

Reno, Nevada: Redfield Promenade (March 26)

Eatontown, New Jersey: Crossroads at Eatontown (Fall)

Princeton, New Jersey: Mercer Mall (March 26)

Rockaway, New Jersey: Rockaway Commons (Fall)

Wayne, New Jersey: Wayne Town Center (Fall)

Albany, New York: Colonie Center (Fall)

Buffalo, New York: Boulevard Consumer Square (Fall)

Syracuse, New York: Destiny USA (Fall)

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina: Bowman Place (Fall)

Webster, Texas: Baybrook Square (March 26)

Springfield, Virginia: Springfield Town Center (April 16)