The women’s fashion retailer has closed other locations across the U.S., including some in Florida.
Earlier in December, the company announced more than 240 employee lay-offs at the company's headquarters in a Columbus suburb. The company alerted the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services of the 248 layoffs at the New Albany headquarters and said they could start as early as today.
Florida-based Sun Capital Partners has owned the specialty retailer since 2007 when the private-equity firm bought the chain from L Brands, according to the Columbus Dispatch.
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