Miss Loehmann's? How about Juicy Couture? Check here to see recent closings on Long Island of clothing stores, fast-food joints, supermarkets, and discount giants.
Home Depot is closing its location on Hempstead Turnpike in East Meadow on Sept. 13, 2017, according to an employee. But the company isn't leaving the area -- it plans to open a new store that's three miles away in Hicksville.
In June 2017, Sears announced it was closing its East Northport store, along with the Sears Auto Center in that location. The store is to shut for good by September, leaving six other locations on Long Island in Valley Stream, New Hyde Park, Lake Grove, Garden City, Massapequa and Hicksville.
In July 2017, Starbucks announced it was closing all 379 of its Teavana locations, including four on Long Island, in Bay Shore, Garden City, Huntington Station and Lake Grove.
Bob's Stores announced plans to close three Long Island locations -- East Northport, Selden and West Islip, according to a bankruptcy filing filed by its corporate parent in April 2017. The East Northport location, above, has already closed.
Clothing chain Bebe announced in April 2017 that all its locations -- including three on Long Island at Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove, South Shore Mall in Bay Shore and Roosevelt Field in Garden City -- will be closing by May 2017. Above, a Bebe store in San Francisco in 2007.
Teen clothing retailer Rue21 announced on April 15, 2017, that it will be closing its location at the Broadway Mall in Hicksville.
As part of a Chapter 11 filing, Payless ShoeSource announced on April 5, 2017, that the company will be closing its stores in Patchogue (shown above), Westbury and at Roosevelt Field mall in Garden City.
JCPenney announced it was closing its Sunrise Mall location in Massapequa in March 2017, part of 138 of the chain's stores nationwide to be closed.
The Reebok Outlet store at the Tanger Outlet in Riverhead closed and was replaced by a New Balance outlet.
In January 2017, The Limited announced that it was closing all of its 250 retail locations across the United States. The chain had a location in Garden City at Roosevelt Field mall, although the retailer still operates an online store.
Kid City in Sunset Plaza on Deer Park Avenue in North Babylon closed in November 2016. The chain has one other outlet on Long Island, in Holbrook.
The Pay/Half location in Sunset Plaza on Deer Park Avenue in North Babylon closed. The mall is anchored by Starbucks, Rite Aid, King Kullen and GameStop.
Sports Authority closed all eight of its Long Island stores as part of the company's bankruptcy proceedings. This is the company's former Riverhead location.
Lots & Lots of Toys
Lots & Lots of Toys on West Main Street in Smithtown announced on Facebook that it was closing its retail location to focus on online sales in February 2016.
Brach's, a kosher grocery store in Lawrence, announced in February 2016 that it would be closing that spring.
King Kullen announced in February 2016 that it would close its location at 395 Fort Salonga Rd., Northport on Feb. 11 after deciding not to renew its lease.
Sears Parts and Repair
The Sears Parts and Repair center at 120 Spagnoli Rd., Melville, was closed in late November 2015, and 31 employees faced layoffs, according to a New York State regulatory filing.
Chuck E. Cheese's
The Chuck E. Cheese's at 2115 Jericho Tpke. in Commack closed June 14, 2016, after its lease expired and new terms could not be reached, a company statement said. Chuck E. Cheese's and franchisees operate 590-plus stores, including ones in Hicksville, West Islip and Patchogue. The spot was taken over by Bar Louie.
A King Kullen located in East Setauket was closed a month after this photo was taken on May 19, 2015. Bethpage-based King Kullen now has 36 King Kullen locations and five Wild by Nature stores throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties.
This Sears store and an adjoining auto center in Bay Shore closed in May 2015. Some 145 jobs were eliminated, according to a New York State regulatory notice. The photo was taken Feb. 24, 2015.
In March 2015, Sony announced that it would be closing eight of its ten company-operated retail stores in the United States, including its stores in Roosevelt Field and the Walt Whitman Shops mall.
In February 2015, consumer electronics chain RadioShack announced that 21 of its Long Island stores would be closing. Included on the list of closures was this East Meadow store, photographed on Feb. 10, 2015.
This Walmart store in the Westfield Sunrise Mall in Massapequa was closed in March 2015. The Massapequa store, opened in May 2003, was put on the chopping block as Walmart made changes in the products offered in its stores. About 300 full-time and part-time employees were affected. This photo is from Jan. 2, 2015.
Jones New York
In January 2015, Jones New York announced that it would be closing all 127 of its outlet stores, and discontinue its wholesale business over the course of 2015. At the time, it said it would pursue strategic alternatives for the brand but did not say what was under consideration. This photo was taken on July 11, 2009, at Tanger Outlets in Riverhead.
Entenmann's baking plant in Bay Shore ceased production in August 2014. In December 2015, it was announced the building would be transformed into a new industrial park. Entenmann's began as a bake shop and expanded to the plant for large-scale production. This is the factory on Aug. 14, 2014.
In 2014, Sbarro's pizza chain announced that it would close 155 underperforming locations nationwide, including outlets in the food courts of the Sunrise Mall in Massapequa, Broadway Mall in Hicksville and Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream. This is a Sbarro restaurant in Times Square on March 2014.
Johnny Rockets in Hicksville closed in 2014. This taken on Aug. 31, 2010, at the chain's Roosevelt Field location, one of two locations that remained on Long Island. The other was in Deer Park.
Loehmann's the go-to for women of modest means who wanted designer styles at great prices, began closing stores in the New York metropolitan area in 1999. The end came in 2014, when Loehmann's liquidated inventory at 39 of its remaining stores in 11 states, including the last two on Long Island -- in New Hyde Park and Hewlett. This April 22, 2004 photo shows the store on Seventh Avenue in Manhattan.
B. Freedman Jewelers
B. Freedman Jewelers, at 345 New York Ave., in Huntington closed in June 2014 after 78 years in business. This photo was taken on Nov. 3, 2010.
Juicy Couture closed its five Long Island locations in 2014. The stores had been in East Hampton, The Americana mall in Manhasset, Roosevelt Field, and the Tanger Outlets in Riverhead and Deer Park. It still exists as a website. This photo was taken at the Riverhead location on Nov. 24, 2011.