Bed Bath & Beyond is closing about 150 stores. Here’s a map of the ones on the list so far
Bed Bath & Beyond has announced dozens of the roughly 150 stores it plans to close.
The struggling home goods retailer released its plans last month to shutter the “lower producing” locations, representing about 20% of its namesake stores.
The closures are part of a broader plan to try to stabilize the company’s finances and turn around its declining sales. In late August, Bed Bath & Beyond secured more than $500 million in new financing, including a loan, ahead of the key holiday season. Its workforce is getting smaller, too, as it cut its corporate and supply chain staff by about 20%.
Bed Bath & Beyond posted a list of 56 namesake locations that it will close. They are scattered across the U.S., from California and Nevada to Ohio and Florida.
The retailer operates other chains, too. As of the end of the fiscal first quarter, it had 135 Buybuy Baby stores and 51 locations under the Harmon, Harmon Face Values, or Face Values banners. It is adding to its baby goods banner, however. It opened five Buybuy Baby stores in that three-month period that ended May 28.
Already, Bed Bath & Beyond’s footprint has shrunk significantly. Over the past two years, it has dropped by about 35% as the company shuttered other locations. It had a total of 1,478 stores at the end of the first quarter of 2020. By the same time this year, it had a total of 955 stores, including 769 Bed, Bath & Beyond shops.