The closing of JCPenney stores will remove 2,250 jobs. However, the company said that it plans to relocate some employees to nearby stores that will remain open. The closures will leave the company with roughly 1,020 stores, reports MarketWatch.
Here’s the list of the 40 locations where JCPenney stores will be closing in 2015, as collected from the Associated Press.
- Georgia — Gwinnett Place Mall in Duluth, theLaGrange Mall in LaGrange and the Walnut Square Mall in Dalton.
- Iowa — The Crossroads Shopping Center in Waterloo, Southbridge Mall in Mason City and Westland Mall in West Burlington.
- Illinois — Northland Plaza in DeKalb and Quincy Mall in Quincy.
- Indiana — Marquette Mall in Michigan City.
- Massachusetts — Hanover Mall in Hanover and Silver City Galleria in Taunton.
- Michigan — Adrian South Mall in Adrian.
- New Jersey — Cumberland Mall in Vineland.
- New York — Hudson Valley Mall in Kingston.
- North Carolina — Parkwood Mall in Wilson, Randolph Mall in Asheboro, Signal Hill Mall in Statesville and Southgate Mall in Elizabeth City.
- Ohio — Eastland Mall in Columbus, North Towne Plaza in Greenville and Upper Valley Mall in Springfield.
- Oregon — Pony Village Mall in North Bend.
- Pennsylvania — Chambersburg Mall in Chambersburg, Granite Run Mall in Media, Nittany Mall in State College, Susquehanna Valley Mall in Hummels Wharf and York Galleria in York.
- Rhode Island — Providence Place Mall in Providence.
- South Carolina — Aiken Mall in Aiken and Inlet Square Mall in Murrells Inlet.
- South Dakota — Lakewood Mall in Aberdeen.
- Texas — Market Square Mall in Brenham.
- Virginia — Manassas Mall in Manassas and The Marquis in Williamsburg.
- Vermont — Diamond Run Mall in Rutland and St. Albans Shopping Center in St. Albans.
- Wisconsin — Aviation Plaza in Oshkosh, Regency Mall in Racine and Shawano Plaza in Shawano.
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JCP shares were down slightly as of Friday afternoon.
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