In all, the department store chain—which filed for bankruptcy protection last month—is closing nine locations in Indiana.
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The Dallas-based discount retail chain filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection May 27, citing financial strains caused by COVID-19-related store closures.
The 61-year-old retailer operates in nine states under various brands. Stores in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Ohio are expected to close.
Express, a national retailer with four Indianapolis-area mall stores, plans to close about 100 stores as part of a restructuring plan.
Retail chain Papyrus is closing all 254 stores in the United States and Canada, the parent company’s chief executive said Tuesday.
Macy’s sales at stores opened at least a year fell 0.6% during the November and December period, which was not as bad as most industry analysts had anticipated.
Pier 1 Imports, which is led by the former CEO of defunct retailer HHGregg, plans to shut down hundreds of stores as it struggles to draw consumers and compete online.
The closure will leave the downtown mall with only a handful of tenants who were part of the shopping center’s 1995 opening day store lineup.
The chain, which specializes in organic and natural food, plans to close its stores in Carmel, Noblesville and Greenwood on Jan. 11.
The shutdown of 96 more Sears and Kmart locations will leave just 182 outlets for the company, which was once America’s biggest department store chain.
The owner of longstanding local retailer Keen Children’s Shoes says she’s closing the store because it has become too difficult to compete in a changing retail landscape.
Women’s retailer Avenue Stores LLC is closing all 222 of its locations in 33 states, the company announced this week.
The Deerfield, Illinois-based company operates more than 18,000 stores worldwide, including 55 or so in the Indianapolis area.
The store sells a wide assortment of natural and organic foods, but sales have been stagnant, said owner Chris Baggott, who owns several other businesses in the area and co-founded ExactTarget Inc.
Another Scotty’s Brewhouse has shut down, marking the ninth closure for the Indianapolis-based restaurant and bar chain in the last six months.
The store, which opened in 2004, is scheduled to close permanently July 12. It is one of eight Neighborhood Market stores the retailer operates in the Indianapolis area.
Circle City Bicycles, founded in 1922, started its going-out-of-business sale on Monday and expects to close its doors in August.
One year after the closure of Carson’s at Circle Centre, city and mall officials are still looking for the right tenant—or mix of tenants—to fill the massive footprint.
The number of closures indicates that traditional retailers are struggling to respond to shoppers' increasing shift online even as they're working hard to reinvent their businesses.