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Winn-Dixie parent company closing 4 stores in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast

Winn-Dixie parent company closing 4 stores in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast
Posted at 10:52 AM, Mar 16, 2018
and last updated 2018-03-16 10:52:45-04

Southeastern Grocers, the parent company of Winn-Dixie, announced Thursday it will close 94 stores in seven states, including three in Palm Beach County and one in Martin County.

Florida
(Winn-Dixie stores unless otherwise noted)

Apollo Beach, 6180 Us Highway 41 N
Bonita Springs, 10026 Coconut Rd.
Bradenton, 3500 53rd Ave. West
Cooper City, 2581 North Hiatus Road
Deland, 2701 S. Woodland Blvd.
Fort Myers, 18731 Three Oaks Parkway
Fort Myers, 8650 Gladiolus Drive
Gainesville, 2002 SW 34th St 
Jacksonville, 3000 Dunn Avenue (Harveys)
Jacksonville, 1012 Edgewood Ave. N (Harveys)
Jacksonville, 9866 Baymeadows Road
Jupiter, 6707 West Indiantown Road
Jupiter, 3757 Military Trail

Kissimmee, 1347 E Vine St
Land O' Lakes, 2126 Collier Parkway
Miramar, 6301 County Line Rd.
Ocala, 4417 Nw Blitchton Road
Ocala, 8445 Sw Hwy 200, Ste #131
Orange Park, 248 Blanding Blvd.
Orlando, 2722 N. Pine Hills Rd (Harveys)
Orlando, 4686 E Michigan Street
Plantation, 7139 W Broward Blvd
Pompano Beach, 277 S Pompano Parkway
Saint Petersburg, 7625 Blind Pass Road
Sarasota, 3301 17th Street
Sarasota, 1325 S. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, 2881 Clark Road
Stuart, 2160 S. Federal Highway
Tallahassee, 3813-10 N. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, 1525 West Tharpe Street
Tamarac, 7015 N. University Drive
Tampa, 2525 E. Hillsboro Avenue (Harveys)
Tampa, 2525 N. Dale Mabry
Tampa, 4317 Gandy Blvd
West Palm Beach, 2675 S. Military Trail (Fresco)
 

The company plans to file for bankruptcy by the end of March, implementing a court-supervised debt restructuring agreement.  

The company released the following statement:

"After careful consideration, we have chosen to voluntarily implement a court-supervised, prepackaged restructuring agreement. We have not taken these steps without careful planning and consideration. As part of this restructuring, we have made the difficult but necessary decision to close 94 underperforming stores. It is our goal to work through our financial restructuring as quickly and efficiently as possible, and we will emerge from this process likely within the next 90 days.

We will continue to thrive with 582 successful stores in operation and will continue to deliver a store experience our associates, customers and communities can count on."

The story for our company and for our iconic, heritage banners is still being written. As part of this transformational process, our three-year plan will create stunning, remodeled stores in a significant portion of our footprint. This revitalization will also provide our customers with fresh, new concepts and products to cater to the local tastes and needs of the neighborhoods we serve.