Here’s The List Of JCPenney Stores To Be Closed

Yesterday afternoon, JCPenney announced it would be laying off around 2,500 employees and shuttering 33 underperforming stores around the country. Want to know if your local JCP made the cut?

Below is the complete list of stores to be closed, arranged by state. While most states on the list are only losing one or two stores, Wisconsin will be saying goodbye to five JCP stores, the most of any state.

The first name given is the name of the mall or shopping center in which the JCP store currently resides. The name of the town is given in parentheses.

ALABAMA
Selma Mall (Selma)

CALIFORNIA
Arrow Plaza (Rancho Cucamonga)

COLORADO
Chapel Hills Mall (Colorado Springs)

CONNECTICUT
Meriden Square (Meriden)

FLORIDA
Lake Square Mall (Leesburg)

Gulf View Square (Port Richey)

IOWA
Muscatine Mall (Muscatine)

ILLINOIS
Stratford Square Mall (Bloomingdale)

Hickory Point Mall (Forsyth)

INDIANA
Five Points Mall (Marion)

Marketplace Shopping Center (Warsaw)

MARYLAND
The Centre at Salisbury (Salisbury)

MICHIGAN
Westwood Plaza (Marquette)

MINNESOTA
Northland Mall (Worthington)

MISSISSIPPI
Singing River Mall (Gautier)

Natchez Mall (Natchez)

MONTANA
Butte Plaza Shopping Center (Butte)

The JC Penney Store in Cut Bank (Cut Bank)

NORTH CAROLINA
Vernon Park Mall (Kinston)

NEW JERSEY
Burlington Center (Burlington)

Phillipsburg Mall (Phillipsburg)

OHIO
Wayne Towne Plaza (Wooster)

PENNSYLVANIA
Exton Square Mall (Exton)

LaurelMall (Hazleton)

Washington Mall (Washington)

TENNESSEE
Northgate Mall (Chattanooga)

VIRGINIA
Bristol Mall (Bristol)

Military Circle Mall (Norfolk)

WISCONSIN
Forest Mall (Fond du Lac)

Janesville Mall (Janesville)

Lincoln Plaza Center (Rhinelander)

Cedar Mall (Rice Lake)

Wausau Mall (Wausau)

The closures only represent a small number of the retailer’s approximately 1,100 locations nationwide, but that won’t make it any less annoying to the employees who will be out of work or customers who need to drive even further to get to a JCP.

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  1. StevenB says:

    Well to me, the writing has been on the wall for a very long time regarding JCPenney. It won’t be long before they’re just gone.

  2. trustnot says:

    I do hope this means that the CEO and board will no longer be able to fund Israeli human rights violations. They will just have their memories of the medal received for their huge donations.