Well like many other store that aren’t bouncing back from the “Covid Years” Party City is closing over 30 Stores after filling Bankruptcy this past January. He’s what we know so far:

Party City filed into bankruptcy in January and now intends to liquidate more than thirty locations across the US.

Documents filed in bankruptcy court in February stated that the party supply supplier intended to close 22 outlets in February.

The business declared in April that it would close nine more locations in Michigan, California, Indiana, New York, Ohio, and Oklahoma. The real estate advisor selling the businesses, A&G Real Estate Partners, revealed on Tuesday that four more locations had joined the list. These are located in Massachusetts, Texas, and California.

Before filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on January 18, Party City had already closed and evacuated 28 stores across 13 states. According to Retail Dive, Party City is now requesting that the court release it from those leases. The link

Downey: 7171 Firestone Blvd
Lodi: Southwest Plaza, 2350 West Kettleman Lane
Marina: The Dunes on Monterey Bay, 125 Gen Stillwell Dr.
Palmdale: Amargosa Commons, 39451 10th St. West

Rome: 2702 Martha Berry Rd.
Cartersville: Cartersville Crossing, 451 East Main St.

Waterloo: Crossroads Commons Shopping Center, 1415 Flammang Dr.

Bradley: Bradley Commons, 2060 N. State Rte. 50

Noblesville: Stony Creek Marketplace, 17160 Mercantile Blvd.


Slidell: Stirling Slidell Shopping Center, 61119 Airport Rd.

Saugus: Sherman Plaza, 1160 Broadway Space #1160C

Holland: Felch Street Shopping Center, 3050 Beeline Rd., Ste. 20
Fort Gratiot: 4047 24th Ave.
Benton Harbor: Fairplain Plaza, 1040 Fairplain Dr.
Jackson: Jackson Crossing, 1510 N. West Ave.

St. Joseph: East Hills Shopping Center, 3702 Frederick Ave., Ste. L12
Belton: Belton Gateway, 541 East Markey Pkwy.
Walker: Alpine Summit, 3175 Alpine Ave. NW

New Jersey
West Paterson: Mcbride Lenox Plaza Shopping Center, 1756 Route 46

New York
Bronx: Throggs Neck Shopping Center, 815 Hutchinson River Pkwy
Bronx: Broadway Plaza, 171 W. 230th St.
Buffalo: Boulevard Consumer Square, 4090 Maple Rd.
Irondequoit: Culver Ridge Plaza, 2255 E. Ridge Rd.
New York: 223 W. 34th St.
New York: 301 W. 125th St
Staten Island: The Boulevard, 2636 Hylan Blvd

Lancaster: River Valley Plaza, 1320 River Valley Blvd.

Lawton: Cache Road Square, 3801 NW Cache Rd., 19B
Midwest City: Sooner Rose, 5825 SE 15th St.

Corvallis: Circle 9 Shopping Center, 944 NW Circle Blvd.

Corpus Christi: Five Points Shopping Center, 4101 Hwy. 77, Ste. K2
Garland: 3065 N President George Bush Hwy
San Angelo: Sunset Shopping Center, 4141 Sunset Drive

West Virginia
Beckley: Raleigh Mall, 4283 Robert C. Byrd Dr.
Martinsburg: Martinsburg Mall, 800 Foxcroft Ave.

Luckily for us here in SWLA the Lake Charles location is safe…….for now.

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