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Published on August 5th, 2015 |


Toys”R”Us store to close Sept. 6 at Buckhead Station; sale is on

Toys”R”Us, the Wayne, New Jersey-based children’s toy store chain, plans to close its Buckhead store at Buckhead Station Sept. 6 and the liquidation sale reportedly began on Sunday. The store

Sign at the Buckhead Station Toys "R" Us store announcing its closing Sept. 6. Photo by Tomorrow's News Today.

Sign at the Buckhead Station Toys “R” Us store announcing its closing Sept. 6. Photo by Tomorrow’s News Today.

was one of Buckhead Station’s original tenants when it opened in 1996.

Current liquidation sale discounts range from 10%-40% off retail prices with plenty of merchandise still available, according to a report by Atlanta’s Tomorrow’s News Today online news source.

Toys”R”Us occupies 45,000 square feet on the center’s ground floor. Buckhead Station is also home to DSW, T.J. Maxx, Nordstrom Rack, Old Navy, Bed Bath & Beyond and Ulta Beauty, among others.

A store employee told Tomorrow’s News Today that “high rent” was the reason for the store’s closure, but it is strange that the store would not stay open through the holiday shopping season.

The last remaining Toys”R”Us store inside the Perimeter will now be on Cobb Parkway near Cumberland Mall. Toys”R”Us also operates stores in Kennesaw, Duluth, Buford, Lithonia, Alpharetta and Douglasville, among others.

To read the full Tomorrow’s News Today story, click here.


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