Seasons will be closing its Upper West Side store on December 28th. This was recently announced in an email the store sent out to their customers, and is also noted on their website.
With over $40 million in debt and limited assets, the Kosher grocery chain declared bankruptcy back in September.
Between now and closing, everything in the store, located at 661 Amsterdam Ave (between 92nd and 93rd Streets) will be 50% off.
The Kosher chain was founded in 2010 in Flushing, Queens. They grew and opened seven additional total locations; two in Long Island, two in New Jersey, one in Baltimore, one in Scarsdale, and their UWS store.
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