Another day, another final purchase.
Sears Warehouse at the Wilton Mall in Saratoga Springs is part of another wave of closures announced by Sears Holdings, the bankruptcy company Sears and Kmart.
The company announced Thursday that 29 Sears sites and 11 Kmart stores around the country would close their doors in February 2019.
A Kmart in Huntington and a Sears in Watertown were the other New York places that are expected to close.
It was previously announced that Sears at Aviation Mall in Queensbury was also expected to close once this fall.
Liquidation sales at 40 Kmart and Sears locations "are expected to begin late next week," said the company.
Sears Holdings operated around 1,000 stores as recently as February, but has been anchoring underperforming stores. When the company was filed for bankruptcy last month, it said that it only had about 400 stores that could make a profit. Now it's about shedding more deadweight.
In its bankruptcy proceedings, Sears sent 142 of its worst performing stores that would close in the coming months. There were in addition to 46 stories that were already linked to closure.
The company wants less than 500 Sears and Kmart stores left after the further closures.
Here is the list of the 40 stores Sears announced Thursday wild Close:
Sears: Airport Way, Fairbanks
] Sears: 4604 E. Cactus Road, Phoenix
Sears: 470 Lewis Ave, Meriden
Sears: 801 N. Congress Ave, Boynton Beach
Sears: 3342 NW Federal Highway (US 1), Jensen Beach
Kmart: 3443 W. Addison, Chicago
Kmart: 3250 Clear Lake Road, Springfield
Sears: Marquette Mall, Michigan City
Kmart: 18 Elm Plaza, Waterville
Sears: 7103 Democracy Blvd., Bethesda
Sears: 5575 B Drive N, Battle Creek