J.C. Penney has announced the closing of an additional 13 stores as the company goes through chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The additional closings come after an announcement last week that 154 of the store’s locations would be shuttered by the end of summer. The company plans to close 242 locations permanently.
J.C. Penney filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in May. In a statement, the chain said liquidation sales would begin at the stores on July 3.
The latest stores announced for closing are:
- Concord, California: Sun Valley Mall, 484 Sun Valley Mall
- Hyattsville, Maryland: Mall at Prince Georges, 3500 East-West Highway
- Alma, Michigan: Northtown Village, 1680 Wright Ave.
- Bay City, Michigan: Bay City Town Center, 4129 E. Wilder Road
- Big Rapids, Michigan: 125 S. Michigan Ave.
- Greenville, Michigan: Greenville West Mall, 300 Greenville West Drive
- Mount Pleasant, Michigan: Mount Pleasant Shopping Center, 2231 S. Mission Road
- Okemos, Michigan: Meridian Mall, 1982 W. Grand River Ave.
- Owosso, Michigan: 201 S. Washington St.
- Bay Shore, New York: South Shore Mall, 1701 Sunrise Highway
- Poughkeepsie, New York: Poughkeepsie Galleria, 2001 South Road
- Omak, Washington: Omache Shopping Center, 715 Omache Drive
- Sunnyside, Washington: Mid-Valley Mall, 2010 Yakima Valley Highway
Here are the other stores J.C. Penney has announced will close:
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