TJ Maxx and Marshalls are closing branches in December and January

0
3
TJ Maxx and Marshalls are closing branches in December and January: the list

The TJX Companies, which owns the TJ Maxx and Marshalls chains, announced the closing of some of its stores in two major cities in the United States.

In a statement, the company confirmed the closure of several branches at the beginning of January, which will be two located in New York, one in Chicago and one in Philadelphia.

The branches that will close are as follows:

NY:

· Marshalls: 610 Exterior Street, Bronx

· TJ Maxx: 503 Fulton Street, Brooklyn

Chicago:

· TJ Maxx: 1008 S. Canal Street

Philadelphia:

· Marshalls: Snyder Plaza.

Some of these shops have been in business for a decade or more, so they are considered pillars of their communities.

Read Also:  Russia has opened the diesel tap and lifted (with conditions) its export veto

The TJX Companies justified the closing of the New York stores by citing economic reasons and said they were reviewing their overall real estate strategy.

Stores that will continue to operate

Despite the closures of these three branches, the company is committed to that will continue to operate more stores in the same districts and areas.

Some of the stores that will continue to operate in the Bronx and Brooklyn boroughs of New York, and the Chicago area, are:

Bronx:

· 2952 3rd Ave, Bronx, NY 10455
· 845 White Plains Road, Bronx (Bruckner), NY 10473
· 1450 East Ave, Bronx, NY 10462

Read Also:  The Florida Lottery finally revealed who won the $1.6 billion Mega Millions prize, the third-largest prize in US history.

Brooklyn:

· 1630 East 15th St, Brooklyn, NY 11229
· 410 Gateway Drive, Brooklyn, NY 11239

Chicago:

· 11 North State Street, Chicago, 60602
· 2739 N Clark St, Chicago, 60614
· 3262 West Belmont Ave, Chicago, 60618
· 4932 South Kedzie Ave, Chicago, 60632
· 6456 West Irving Park Rd, Chicago, 60634
· 6165 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, 60659

The decision to close these stores appears to be part of a strategic adjustment by TJX Companies in response to changes in the retail environment which has been greatly affected by the pandemic and the growing budget awareness of consumers.

The company remains committed to providing a satisfying shopping experience and quality products at affordable prices at its remaining locations.

Read Also:  What is the cheapest JAC 2024 SUV in Mexico?