facebook twitter youtube instagram email

Forever 21, on list to close at the River

Forever 21, on list to close at the River

Forever 21 released a list of nearly 180 stores that could close soon as part of bankruptcy proceedings which includes their River location. The signs for “store closing” are posted… time to take advantage.

The Forever 21 Red at the mall will remain open!!

Here is a list they released for the Southern California Forever 21 stores slated for potential closure:

  • Anaheim — Anaheim Plaza
  • Arcadia — Westfield Santa Anita
  • Canoga Park — Westfield Topanga Plaza
  • Culver City — Westfield Culver City
  • El Cajon — Parkway Plaza
  • Glendale — Glendale Galleria
  • Glendale — The Americana at Brand
  • Lakewood — Lakewood Center Mall
  • Los Angeles — Hollywood & Highland
  • Los Angeles — Beverly Center
  • Los Angeles — Garden State Plaza
  • Newport Beach — Fashion Island
  • Pasadena — 35 N. De Lacey Ave.
  • Rancho Mirage — The River at Rancho Mirage
  • Redondo Beach — The Galleria @ South Bay
  • Riverside — Galleria at Tyler
  • San Bernardino — Inland Center
  • San Diego — Mission Valley
  • San Diego — University Town Center
  • Santa Barbara — 901 State St.
  • Sherman Oaks — Sherman Oaks Fashion Square
  • Thousand Oaks — The Oaks
  • Tustin (F21 Red) — Tustin Marketplace
  • Valencia — Valencia Town Center
  • Van Nuys (F21 Red) — The Plant
  • Ventura — Pacific View Ventura Mall

The stores on the list rank as Forever 21’s least profitable.

Share With Your Friends!

Tags assigned to this article:
Forever 21Rancho Mirage

Related Articles

How to Choose the Right REALTOR®

Not All Agents or Brokers are REALTORS® – There is a Difference As a prerequisite to selling real estate, a

Share With Your Friends!

History of the Indio International Tamale Festival® includes two Guinness Book of World Records

The Indio International Tamale Festival® is celebrating its 28th year. Taking place December 7 & 8, 2019 in historic Downtown

Share With Your Friends!

California Churches, In-Store Retail Can Reopen With Counties’ APPROVAL

Houses of worship can hold services and in-store retail shopping can reopen, but only if counties approve, the state announced

Share With Your Friends!