SOMERSET COUNTY, NJ — Bed Bath & Beyond is closing all Harmon Face Values locations, including in Raritan and Green Brook, as part of the company’s reduction among bankruptcy. The company also announced it is closing its Bridgewater Bed Bath & Beyond location as well.
“As we consider all paths and strategic alternatives, we continue to work with our advisors and implement actions to manage our business as efficiently as possible. The Company has initiated the closure of an additional 87 Bed Bath & Beyond and five buybuy BABY stores. This store fleet reduction expands the Company’s ongoing closure program of approximately 150 lower-producing Bed Bath & Beyond banner stores. Additionally, the Company announced the closure of all Harmon locations,” said a spokesperson with Bed Bath & Beyond to Patch.
An employee at the Harmon’s off the Somerville Circle said the company did not give them a closing date but a time frame of 8 to 10 weeks. However, she added that if you want anything come in now, as “things are flying off the shelves!”
An employee at the Bed Bath & Beyond in Bridgewater said she was unsure when their final opening date would be.
Bed Bath & Beyond, headquartered in Union, also closed three of its New Jersey locations as of mid-January — in Paramus, Flanders and Manalapan. read more: More Closures For Bed Bath & Beyond, Buy Buy Baby In NJ
The company has struggled to find a buyer in bankruptcy so far, so Bed Bath & Beyond may file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection without a bidder for its assets, Bloomberg reported Friday.
— Additional reporting by Josh Bakan