Bloomingdale’s is a luxury department store chain founded in 1861 by brothers Lyman and Joseph Bloomingdale in New York City, New York.
As of October 31, 2021, there are 56 stores (58 boxes) including 33 department stores (35 boxes, all full line), 1 Bloomies, 1 furniture/other store and 21 outlet stores with the Bloomingdale’s nameplate in operation throughout the United States.
The retail market boomed in the 1980s. New Bloomingdale locations opened along the East Coast, Florida, Chicago, and Dallas, Texas.
In 1996, Bloomingdale’s expanded to the west coast with the acquisition of The Broadway stores and Emporium locations.
In late 2015, Bloomingdale’s opened its first location in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Bloomingdale’s maintains a corporate office in New York, New York.