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New York -- Macy’s on Friday announced the second phase of the four-year renovation of its Herald Square flagship in New York City.
The project will include the completion of the main, mezzanine and second floors of the store bridging both the Broadway and Seventh Ave. buildings by holiday 2013.
For the first time in the store’s history, the windows along Seventh Ave. will showcase views into the store and the Mezzanine Level will link the 34th and 35th St. sides of the Broadway Building, providing a seamless shopping experience for customers.
A redesigned cosmetics and fragrances department, along with a reimagined Men’s Store, and the re-opening of the Memorial Door entrance on 34th St. will create striking architectural and aesthetic changes to the interior and exterior of the iconic flagship.
In addition, the Visitor Center will be remodeled and enhanced with new technology to serve international travelers in their native languages. Touchscreen kiosks will provide guests the latest updates on special events, promotions and merchandise at Herald Square as well as information on attractions, entertainment and dining in New York City.