Orchard Supply, the cozy chain of shops evoking the hardware store of yesteryear, will be closing all 99 locations.
This includes the seven in South Florida—Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Deerfield Beach, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale and Sunrise. Stores are also located in California and Oregon.
According to Lowe’s, the parent company of Orchard Supply Hardware, the closures are due to “long-lived asset impairments” and all stores will be closed by the end of fiscal year 2018. The company also stated that it will be working with employees for “outplacement services” and they will get priority should they apply for other Lowe’s jobs.
The stores were bought out by Lowe’s in 2013 and its first location opened in San Jose, California in 1931. In the meantime, the stores will be hosting closing sales, so now is the time to raid the shelves.