The Bed Bath & Beyond store at Pentagon Row is set to close by the end of the year.
USA Today reported Friday afternoon that the store is on a list of 63 Bed Bath & Beyond locations that will shutter by the end of 2020. The store first opened about 20 years ago, shortly after the opening of the shopping center itself.
The parent company is retrenching amid a difficult business climate for bricks-and-mortar retailers, the paper reported.
Bed Bath & Beyond also owns the World Market retail chain; World Market closed its Pentagon Row store last year.
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