11 Charming Charlie stores to close in N.J., 261 nationwide

By Emily Bader
New Jersey | Jul 15, 2019 at 11:55 am

Chicago-based jewelry and accessory retailer Charming Charlie announced Saturday it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Thursday with plans to close all of its 261 stores in 38 states.

In New Jersey, 11 stores will be closing.

They are located at:

  • Deptford Mall, 1750 Deptford Center Road, Deptford;
  • Freehold Raceway Mall, 3710 U.S Highway 9, Freehold;
  • City Place at the Promenade, 34 The Promenade, Edgewater;
  • Mercer Mall, 3371 Brunswick Pike, Lawrence Township;
  • Streets of Chester, 270 US 206 South, Chester;
  • Paramus Park, 700 Paramus Park, Paramus;
  • Woodbridge Center, 376 Woodbridge Center Drive, Woodbridge;
  • Shoppes At Flemington, 100 Reaville Ave., Flemington;
  • The Promenade Shops at Clifton, 852 State Route 3 West, Clifton;
  • Village at Cambridge Crossing, 4010 Dearborn Circle, Mount Laurel;
  • Marlton Square, 300 Route 73 South, Marlton;

The store closing sales will be conducted by a joint venture between Hilco Merchant Resources and SB360 Capital Partners, Charming Charlie said.

“Customers are encouraged to shop their local Charming Charlie store to purchase their favorite styles at discounted prices. These stores are well known for offering a wide array of women’s apparel and fashion accessories, beauty, gifts and more, all ingeniously arranged by color; making that perfect look fun and easy to find. We encourage customers to shop early to take advantage of the best selection of products. Given the popularity of this brand and the compelling discounts, we expect merchandise to sell very quickly,” a spokesperson for the consortium said.

It was not immediately clear how many jobs in New Jersey would be affected by the closures.

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | emilybader