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Sears is closing 63 more stores — here are all the locations shutting down where you live

Sears store closingGetty/Scott Olson

Sears is set to close hundreds of Sears and Kmart stores this year.  
The company announced on Thursday that it was closing 63 more locations.
The company has been quietly closing additional stores over the past several months, as Business Insider has previously reported.

Sears is having a tough year.

The department store chain was once the largest retailer in the United States, but has cut its store count in half in the last five years.

The company announced on Thursday that it was closing another 63 stores, on top of the more than 160  closings that took effect this year. Sears initially said Thursday that 72 stores would close, then later revealed that some of the planned closures were being reevaluated.

Sears said closing sales for the 63 stores would begin in the “near future.” Sears also hinted at more closings to come, saying the 72 stores were among 100 stores the company had identified as unprofitable.

In addition to closing stores, the company is selling a handful of other locations online through a partnership with Cushman & Wakefield, a real-estate services company. 

The properties are advertised as sale-and-leaseback deals, meaning Sears would make rent payments to the winning bidders to remain in the space.

Here’s the list of Sears stores closing and for sale: 

SEARS CLOSING: Park Mall, 5950 E Broadway Blvd. Tucson, Arizona
Business Insider/Jessica Tyler
SEARS CLOSING: Sunrise Mall, 5900 Sunrise Blvd., Citrus Heights, California
Business Insider/Jessica Tyler
SEARS CLOSING: Westfield Galleria at Roseville, 1191 Galleria Blvd., Roseville, California
Business Insider/Jessica Tyler
See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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