JCPenney Closing More Stores in May
JCPenney, the 118-year-old department store, is planning to close 18 stores by May.
The company successfully exited Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in December, after being acquired by Simon Property Group and Brookfield Management.
In 2020, JCPenney announced that it would close a total of 242 stores. So far 156 have since closed with an additional 18 to close in 2021.
Here is the list:
Enterprise Shopping Center — Enterprise
Kingman Square Shopping Center — Kingman
Silverlake Mall — Coeur d’Alene
Cross County Mall — Matoon
Garden City Plaza — Garden City
Black Gold Mall — Hazard
Chestnut Hills Mall — Chestnut Hill
Sturbridge Plaza — Sturbridge
Southern Hills Center — West Hills
Windsor Square — Matthews
Fontaine Plaza — Bellefontaine
Clarion Mall — Clarion
Sumter Mall,— Sumter
Temple Mall — Temple
Green Mountain Mall — Saint Johnsbury
Virginia Center Commons Mall — Glen Allan
Sequim Village Shopping Center — Sequim