NORTHGLENN, Colo. — Bed, Bath & Beyond is closing 149 more of its stores as its financial struggle continues.
The new list of closures includes Colorado locations in Dillon, Northglenn, Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction.
Thursday's list of closures comes one week after Bed, Bath & Beyond announced it would close 87 stores.
CNN reported Bed, Bath & Beyond is reducing the number of stores from 760 to about 360.
In January, Bed, Bath & Beyond said it had defaulted on its loans, indicating in a securities filing that it may restructure its debt in bankruptcy court. The company also already warned that there was "substantial doubt" on its ability to continue.
New closures in Colorado
- 318 Dillon Ridge Way, Dillon
- 241 West 104th Avenue, Northglenn
- Glenwood Meadows Shopping Center, Glenwood Springs
- 2464 US Highway 6 & 50, Grand Junction
Previous closures in Colorado
- 16531 Washington Street, Thornton
- 1605 Fall River Drive, Loveland
- 5737 N. Elizabeth Street, Pueblo
This is the full list of locations Bed Bath & Beyond plans to close in the coming weeks, according to CNN.
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