MICHIGAN (PATCH) — The brick-and-mortar retail landscape continued its decline in Michigan in 2019, with several national chains announcing store closings.
Some, such as Kmart, are adding to a list of stores already slated for closure. Others, such as Bed Bath & Beyond, say they’re scaling back retail operations.
Several clothing retailers, including Forever 21 and Dressbarn, are among the stores that are closing or will soon close.
Here’s a look some of the national retailers that announced Michigan store closings in 2019:
Sears announced another round of store closings in August, shuttering the staple Michigan store.
Bed Bath & Beyond
Bed Bath & Beyond, the popular home store announced that underperforming locations may close or be relocated in the near future.
Charlotte Russe announced in March it would shutter all of its stores. As a result, more than 400 stores closed.
The retail chain Destination Maternity, owner of Motherhood Maternity and A Pea In The Pod, announced plans to close 201 locations — including 10 in Illinois — as the maternity apparel company continued through its Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection case.
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