These Seven Metro Atlanta Tuesday Morning Stores Set To Permanently Close as Part of Bankruptcy Filing

Eight outposts of the retailer are shutting down for good across Georgia out of 133 nationwide as part of 'first wave.'
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Tuesday Morning is closing down at least seven locations across the Metro Atlanta area, and eight stores total in Georgia, before the end of 2020.

What Now Atlanta Thursday uncovered the list, noted as the “first wave” of planned closures, as part of a bankruptcy filing by Tuesday Morning.

The company made the filing Wednesday, citing the financial hardships related to COVID-19 stay at home orders.

Tuesday Morning in total will close 230 stores this summer, the discount home furnishings retailer announced, so it’s possible that Georgia’s eight closures will increase.

“These stores were identified as underperforming or are situated in areas where too many locations are in close proximity,” the company said in a statement.

Tuesday Morning in anticipation of the closures will start a liquidation sale on Monday, June 1.

Metro Atlanta Closures:

Parkway Pointe

3101 Cobb Parkway SE, Suite 120 Atlanta, GA 30339

Brighten Park

2480 Briarcliff Road Atlanta, GA 30329

Georgetown Shopping Center

4490 Chamblee-Dunwoody Rd., Ste 104B Dunwoody, GA 30338

The Village at Peachtree Corners

5270 Peachtree Parkway Norcross, GA 30092

McDonough Commons

1541 Hwy 20 W, Ste 110 McDonough, GA 30253

Fayette Pavilion III

240 Pavilion Pkwy Fayetteville, GA 30214

Canton Exchange Shopping Center

2243 Cumming Hwy, Ste. 124 Canton, GA 30115

Other Georgia Closures:

Cross Country Plaza

3201 Macon Road Columbus, GA 31906

A timeline for the closures has not yet been announced.

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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc. Check out our publications in your city: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas., Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, and San Francisco.
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1 year ago

I used to really love the Tuesday Morning in Midtown.
Citing C-19 as the reason for bankruptcy/store closings seems a little lame.
Particularly when it’s followed by this comment–

“These stores were identified as underperforming or are situated in areas where too many locations are in close proximity,” the company said in a statement.

I’m guessing e-commerce had more to do with it than COVID-19.

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