Eight Orchard Supply stores slated to close – see the list

now THIS is some serious stuff…

Orchard Supply Hardware

by Nathan Donato-Weinstein –

Orchard Supply Hardware has announced the first stores to close as part of the San Jose-based retailer’s restructuring plan, a group that includes one store in Newark.

Great American Group Inc. is handling liquidation sales at the locations. Sales got started under the weekend and will be ongoing.

Orchard announced June 17 it had agreed to sell itself to Lowe’s Companies Inc. as part of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization. Lowe’s bid $205 million for most of Orchard’s assets, including “at least” 60 of Orchard’s 90 locations. It’s unclear whether more store closings are in the offing.

The Lowe’s deal is expected to close within 90 days of the filing date, unless another bidder offers a higher price.

Click here for more coverage of the recent Orchard news. And click here for more on the liquidations.

The list of affected stores is:

  • Lone Tree: 4873 Lone Tree Way, Antioch
  • Citrus Heights: 6124 San Juan Ave., Citrus Heights
  • Fairfield: 1500 Oliver Road, Fairfield
  • Huntington Beach: 19330 Golden West St., Huntington Beach
  • Long Beach: 4480 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach
  • MidTown: 4801 W. Venice Blvd., Los Angeles
  • Newark: 5655 Jarvis Ave., Newark
  • Vacaville: 220 Peabody Road, Vacavil
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Tim Smallman, the general contractor behind Smallman Construction and Electric, has been in the construction industry for over 20 years. In 2003, Tim decided to leave the corporate world behind and get back to what he loved most about construction: helping his friends, neighbors, and anyone in need achieve their home and business improvement dreams. By founding his company on a principal of customer service, open book bidding, and integrity, Tim has been blessed with a great deal of success. This success has enabled him to expand operations and create an electrical division in 2006. Tim has made San Carlos his family's home for many years. They spend a considerable amount of time supporting their community and striving to make it a great place to live and work. Tim is active in the San Carlos community, coaching youth sports, participating in the Kiwanis Show and the Chickens Ball since 1989, with the proceeds going to the San Carlos Schools and other charitable organizations.

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