Sears Holdings is closing another 40 stores as it aims to survive Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The latest move affects 29 Sears and 11 Kmart locations.
The retailer is already in the process of closing about 188 stores: 142 announced in October that will close around the end of 2018 and 46 announced in August that will close in November.
Taken together, the closures are expected to leave the company with fewer than 500 locations remaining. The company has estimated it has about 400 stores that could be profitable on their own if it survives bankruptcy.
Here’s the list of the latest round of 40 stores set to close in February. Sears Auto Store locations alongside these stores are also closing.
Temecula: 26471 Ynez Road
Chicago: 3443 W. Addison
Springfield: 3250 Clear Lake Road
Waterville: 18 Elm Plaza
Huntington: 805 New York Ave.
Philadelphia: 7101 Roosevelt Blvd.
North Versailles: 1901 Lincoln Hwy.
San German: Castro Perez Ave. (Pr 122)
Guaynabo / San Juan: 100 Ave. San Patricio
Caguas: Betamces 400, Las Catalinas Mall
Cudahy: 6077 S. Packard Ave.
Fairbanks: Airport Way
Phoenix: 4604 E. Cactus Road
Santa Barbara: La Cumbre Plz.
Meriden: 470 Lewis Ave.
Boynton Beach: 801 N. Congress Ave.
Jensen Beach: 3342 N.W. Federal Hwy. U.S. 1
Idaho Falls: 2300 E. 17th St.
Michigan City: Marquette Mall
Bethesda: 7103 Democracy Blvd.
Battle Creek: 5575 B Drive N.
Meridian: 1740 Bonita Lakes Circle
Toledo: 1001 Barnes Crossing Road
Winston-Salem: 3320 Silas Creek Pkwy.
Grand Island: 3404 W. 13th St.
Las Vegas: 4355 Grand Canyon Dr.
Saratoga Springs: 3065 Route 50
Watertown: 21182 Salmon Run Mall
Piqua: 987 E. Ash St.
Reading / Wyomissing: 1665 State Hill Road
Stroudsburg: 344 Stroud Mall
Rock Hill: 2197 Dave Lyle Blvd.
Memphis: Southland Mall
Chattanooga: 401 Northgate Mall
Maryville: 198 Foothills Mall
Murfreesboro: 1720 Old Fort Pkwy.
El Paso: 750 Sunland Park Dr.
Longview: Longview Texas Mall
Glen Allen / Richmond: 10101 Brook Road
Janesville: 2500 Milton Ave.
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