Clothing chains, including Old Navy, stores, from today
Several popular retailers close locations in the coming weeks.
And there is still another republic of banana that closes today. A spokesperson for the company previously confirmed Better life It is also the "last day of business" for Banana Republic stores located at the Stamford Town Center in Stamford, Connecticut, and the shops of Susquehanna shops in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. (Another location in Chicago was recently closed on January 17.)
"We continue to analyze our real estate strategy carefully to support the best way to follow," the spokesman said in a messaging press release. "In October 2020, Gap Inc. shared plans to close about 350 of the Republic stores of Gap and Banana in North America by the end of 2023, in order to have a smaller and more store fleet healthy. The closure of Stamford, Harrisburg and and more Chicago supports these efforts. "
Better life contacted Banana Republic for more information on future closures. A spokesperson previously confirmed to us that the closure of Kentwood was part of the Gap Inc. reduction efforts AE0FCC31AE342FD3A1346EBB1F342FCB
Children's clothing also takes a hit.
While Old Navy and Banana Republic sells children's clothes, they are mainly intended for adults. But the place of children, which is a clothing store dedicated only to clothes for babies and children, is Closing at least one store Soon too, the Dayton Daily News first reported.
An employee of the store with children in Huber Heights, Ohio, told the newspaper that the location would permanently close its doors on February 23.
The Huber Heights store, which now holds a 60% fence on all goods, is "part of a series of closings in the national channel", according to the Dayton Daily News . In a Press release from November 2022 Bringing back its sales in the third quarter, The Children's Place said that she had closed 541 stores since 2013 and now planned to close between 40 t0,50 "of more stores.
Better life contacted the company for more information on future closings, but has not yet heard.