TJMaxx and Marshalls stores closing across US: Full list of closures
TJMaxx and Marshalls will be closing locations across the country. Check out where.
Brick-and-mortar retailers face a significant challenge due to the rise of online shopping. Retailers like TJ Maxx and Marshalls purchase products in bulk at a discounted price and then sell them at an affordable price. But as the merchandise keeps changing, and orders lead to different items being available in different stores, it becomes nearly impossible for them to create an online marketplace. This makes such retailers rely solely on their physical storefronts, and now, TJ Maxx and Marshalls have announced the closure of several locations across the US.
Already, a TJ Maxx location has closed in St. Paul, Minnesota, and several other closures will follow through early 2024. The company reported to Axios that the 55 workers affected by the closing had been offered positions at other locations in the city.
Stores closing in New York
In the New York City borough of the Brox, Marshalls will close the location at 610 Exterior Street in early January. The chain did not provide additional information on the fate of the store’s 100 employees, only reporting to the state that “the separation of 100 employees will begin on, or around, January 10, 2024.”
However, shoppers can still head to the locations at:
The TJ Maxx location that will shutter its doors can be found in Brooklyn at 503 Fulton Street. The sixty-nine non-union workers who staff the store will also see their jobs terminated in early January, after the rush of the holiday season. The reason for the closure provided is “Economic,” but no further information was provided. The company will lay off the sixty-nine non-union workers that staffed the location.
These locations will remain open:
Stores closing in Chicago
The TJMaxx location at 1008 S. Canal Street will close by 6 January, according to Block Club Chicago. The location has been open since 2014, and the company stated that they are “assessing and reviewing our real estate strategies, and our decision to close this store reflects that thinking.”
Chicago will still be home to six other TJ Maxx locations: