Mobile JCPenney Closing By September

JCPenney is closing its Mobile store, Al.com reports. Located at Shoppes at Bel Air, it was an anchor and part of an expansion of the mall in 1974 that made it the largest in the state until the construction of the Riverchase Galleria in Hoover. JCPenney closed some 170 locations in 2020 following what it called a “comprehensive review of the JCPenney retail footprint.”JCPenney locations remain in Alabaster, Dothan, Fultondale, Hoover, Montgomery, Oxford, Prattville, Tuscaloosa and Trussville, according to the corporate website. The store is expected to be closed by September 22.

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