Brooks Brothers closing St. Louis retail outlet

ST. LOUIS — Brooks Brothers, the retailer known for its upscale apparel, is closing its final complete-line St. Louis-region shop, at Plaza Frontenac, later this month.

The retailer, launched in 1818, opened in Plaza Frontenac in 2018, immediately after it shut a area at the Saint Louis Galleria. With the Plaza Frontenac site shut, Brooks Brothers’ only neighborhood shop will be a Brooks Brothers Factory Retailer at St. Louis Quality Outlets in Chesterfield. The nearest comprehensive-line Brooks Brothers store will be in Leawood, Kansas, in suburban Kansas City.

The Plaza Frontenac store’s previous day in procedure will be Jan. 25, a salesman verified by cellular phone. He referred further queries to the store’s manager, who was not available Tuesday.

Brookfield Properties owns Plaza Frontenac. A spokesperson for the mall couldn’t promptly be arrived at Tuesday for remark.

Citing declining revenue and the economic influence of the pandemic, Brooks Brothers filed for Chapter 11 individual bankruptcy in July 2020. It was obtained in September 2020 for $325 million by New York-dependent SPARC Team LLC (Simon Attributes Reliable Retail Ideas Group), a joint venture of licensing organization Genuine Makes Team and shopping mall operator Simon House Team.

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