Northridge : One Broadway Stays the Same--for Now

They may be going out of business everywhere else, but it's business as usual for the Broadway at the Northridge Fashion Center, a spokeswoman for the department store's parent company said Wednesday.

In November, Cincinnati-based Federated Department Stores announced that it would convert 40 Broadway stores to Macy's and sell several others to Sears, Roebuck & Co. Federated spokeswoman Mary Ann Shannon said "there has been no final decision" regarding the Northridge store, but that one should be announced within six months.

In the meantime, the Northridge Fashion Center's Broadway will remain open with no change in prices or selection of merchandise, Shannon said.

The San Fernando Valley's four other Broadways, however, are in the process of liquidating their inventory with going- out-of- business sales.

The Panorama City store will be closed and the Topanga Plaza store will be sold to Sears. The Glendale Galleria store will become Macy's and the Fashion Square Sherman Oaks store will become Bloomingdale's, Federated has previously announced.

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