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Today is the LAST DAY of ALL Lord & Taylor locations that are CLOSING at 5PM EST

All Remaining 19 Lord & Taylor's that are liquidating with Hilco Merchants will close by 5 PM EST. That includes the following; the last two in Connecticut which are in Stamford, Connecticut, and Westfield Trumbull in Trumbull, Connecticut. The Chevy Chase store is located in Washington, D.C. The last one is located in Massachusetts at the Natick Mall in Natick, Massachusetts. In Michigan the last one closing is at the Twelve Oaks Mall in Novi, Michigan In New Jersey it is the last seven that will be closing by this day which include Bridgewater Commons in Bridgewater, New Jersey, Freehold Raceway Mall in Freehold, New Jersey, Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, Both of the Paramus, New Jersey locations which is the only town in the United States of America to have two Lord & Taylor stores which are Westfield Garden State Plaza and Fashion Center, Willowbrook Mall (New Jersey) in Wayne, New Jersey, and the store in Downtown Westfield, New Jersey which is the only freestanding Lord & Taylor in the state of New Jersey. In New York, the final four are expected to close by this day which includes the last two Lord & Taylor's on Long Island and in Nassau County, New York which are the stores in Garden City, New York near Roosevelt Field Mall, Manhasset, New York near Americana Manhasset, the store at the Vernon Hills Shopping Center in Scarsdale, New York located in Westchester County, New York Which was Lord & Taylor's main flagship store after the one on the fifth avenue in New York City closed, and last the one at the Eastview Mall in Victor, New York The only single-level Lord & Taylor store in the state. In Pennsylvania King of Prussia (mall) in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania is expected to close by this day as well. The other and last location that is also expected to close on this day is the store at the Fair Oaks Mall in Fairfax, Virginia.
RIP Lord & Taylor 1826-2021 (195 Years) The Oldest Department Store in the United States of America.

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