Is your store one of them?

Macy's is the latest in a long line of retailers to decide to shutter its less-profitable brick-and-mortar locations. In an effort to shift its focus toward its more profitable stores, Macy's announced plans on Wednesday to close 28 locations across the country, as well as one Bloomingdale's location. 

The upscale retailer operates 680 department stores and 190 specialty stores, so the closure of 28 will likely not be so noticeable, compared to Pier 1's decision to close 450 locations, which is roughly half of their open stores.

Macy's didn't have a terrible holiday season; sales only fell 0.6 percent in November and December, whereas experts had predicted a 1.75 percent decline.

The stores that are slated to close will begin liquidation sales within the month. Here's a list of the closures:

California

Antioch: Somersville Towne Center

Connecticut

Meriden: Westfield Meriden Mall

Florida

Pompano Beach: Pompano Citi Centre
Sanford: Seminole Towne Center
Vero Beach: Indian River Mall
Miami Bloomingdales: The Falls

Georgia

Decatur: The Gallery at South DeKalb
Macon: Macon Mall

Hawaii

Waikoloa Village: Kings' Shops

Idaho

Lewiston: Lewiston Center Mall

Illinois

Carbondale: University Mall
West Dundee: Spring Hill Mall

Indiana

Muncie: Muncie Mall

Kansas

Prairie Village: Prairie Village Shopping Center

Kentucky

Owensboro: Towne Square Mall

Maryland

Salisbury: The Centre at Salisbury

Massachusetts

Leominster: The Mall at Whitney Field

Montana

Helena: Northside Center

New York

Commack: Commack Shopping Center
Hicksville: Broadway Mall

North Carolina

Winston-Salem: Hanes Mall

Ohio

Greater Cincinnati: Northgate Mall
St. Clairsville: Ohio Valley Mall
Stow: Stow-Kent Plaza

Pennsylvania

Harrisburg: Harrisburg Mall
State College: Nittany Mall

Tennessee

Goodlettsville: Rivergate Mall

Washington

Burlington: Cascade Mall
Seattle: Downtown Seattle
Walla Walla: Downtown Walla Walla

Is your favorite Macy's closing? What are your thoughts on the so-called retail apocalypse? Tell us in the comments!