A List of Store Closures – 2021
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A List of Store Closures – 2021

Posted on Wednesday, April 7th, 2021 at 7:00 am
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Some of your favorite stores may be closing in 2021. In some cases, a chain of stores might entirely go out of business (and switch to online only). Others will close in some states or locations, but not in others.

Best Buy: two stores in the Richmond, Virgina area, one store in Syracuse, New York, one store in Carbondale, Illinois, and one store in Brockton, Massachusetts.

Macy’s: will close stores in the following locations by 2023:

Paradise Valley, AZ
El Cajon Pakway, CA
Hilltop, CA
Brass Mill Center, CT
Crystal Mall, CT
Port Charlotte Town Center, FL
Volusia Mall, FL
Greenbriar, GA
Hyatt Regency (Maui) HI
Grand Teton Mall, ID
Water Tower Place, IL
College Mall, IN
Marlow Heights, MD
Independence Center, MO
Northpark Mall, MO
West Park Mall (MO)
Sangertown Square, NY
White Plains Galleria, NY
Great Lakes Mall, OH
Richmond Mall, OH
Tri-County Mall, OH
The Avenue Carriage Crossing, TN
Old Hickory Mall, TX
Post Oak Mall, TX
Rivercenter, TX
Rolling Oaks, TX
Commons at Federal Way, WA
Northtown, WA
Monterey, CA (Furniture)
Winter Haven, FL
Cambridgeside, MA
Lima, OH
Lloyd Center, OR
Santa Monica, CA (Bloomingdale’s)
South Towne Center, UT

Paper Source filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and will close at least 11 of its 158 stores.

Goodwill closed eight retail stores in California in Albany, Berkeley, Dixon, Livermore, Oakland, Oakley and Vallejo.

The Children’s Place will close an additional 122 stores in 2021, with 25 planned in the first quarter, and 97 closures planned by the end of fiscal 2021.

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