43 Stores That Have Closed & You Will Never Be Able To Shop At Again
In 1910, Levitz Furniture was founded in Pennsylvania, and within a few decades, it was a go-to store for reasonably priced furniture. Levitz was famous for its use of a warehouse-style setup for selling furniture, and with their reasonable prices and good quality, shoppers really did love what they found. But by the ’90s, the store’s style was starting to feel old and dated; newer shoppers preferred modern furniture showrooms, which gave them a better sense of how that items like couches and chairs would look in their living room. Ultimately, Levitz just couldnâ€™t keep up with the competition, and the company filed for bankruptcy (and liquidated its stores) in 2008.