Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack stores re-opening in New Jersey

We’re pleased to share that Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack stores will reopen to customers this week:


·       MONDAY, JUNE 15

o   Nordstrom Rack Bridgewater Chimney Rock (Bound Brook, NJ)

o   Nordstrom Rack Cherry Hill (Cherry Hill, NJ)

o   Nordstrom Rack Crossroads at Eatontown (Eatontown, NJ)

o   Nordstrom Rack Mercer Mall (Lawrenceville, NJ)

o   Nordstrom Rack Livingston Center (Livingston, NJ)

o   Nordstrom Rack Bergen (Paramus, NJ)

o   Nordstrom Rack Rockaway (Rockaway, NJ)

o   Nordstrom Rack Wayne Towne Center (Wayne, NJ)

·       TUESDAY, JUNE 16

o   Nordstrom Cherry Hill (Cherry Hill, NJ)

o   Nordstrom Menlo Park (Edison, NJ)

o   Nordstrom Short Hills (Short Hills, NJ)

·       THURSDAY, JUNE 18

o   Nordstrom Garden State Plaza (Paramus, NJ)  


We are excited to bring our employees back to work and look forward to welcoming customers in our doors so we can continue serving them in our stores. You can learn more about our re-opening approach and see the full list of re-opening Nordstrom stores on our blog Nordstrom Now, and additional info for each store is available on our Store Locator Page. Images are available here on our press room, and we also have b-roll if you are interested. Please let us know.

Our stores have always been, and continue to be, a core part of our business. We’re taking a phased, market-by-market approach to reopening our stores. The health and wellbeing of our employees, customers and communities is our priority. We’ve been paying close attention to guidance and directives from local and national authorities, taking steps to ensure our stores and operations remain in alignment with those. We’re continuing that approach with our reopening and are only opening stores where:  

·        it’s allowed by state and local governments

·        we’re prepared with the proper safety measures and protocols

·        we have confidence we can ensure the safety and wellbeing of our employees and customers 

More than anything, we want our customers and employees to feel safe in our stores. We’re making some updates to our stores and the way we serve customers in them to help keep them and our employees healthy. Some of those updates include:  

·        Conducting health screenings for our employees before they come into work

·        Providing face coverings for employees and customers 

·        Taking steps to allow for social distancing of six feet or more, including limiting the number of customers and employees in the store 

·        Increasing cleaning and sanitization 

·        Modifying the fitting room experience 

·        Continuing to offer contactless curbside services at our full-line stores 

·        Pausing or adapting high-touch services and customer events 

·        Keeping tried on or returned merchandise off the salesfloor for a period of time 

·        Altering hours of operation 

Details on our stores and the steps we’re taking to respond to COVID-19 can be found on or

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