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Tue Jan 29, 2019, 05:00 AM

Florissant intersection mirrors wave of brick-and-mortar box stores shutting their doors

FLORISSANT • Take a look around where Lindbergh Boulevard and New Halls Ferry Road meet, and you’ll see a snapshot of the glut of box-store closures here and nationwide.

At the Shoppes at Cross Keys, the Pier 1 is in its final days. Pieces of furniture and home decor are being sold for up to 50 percent off, as well as store fixtures and equipment.

The shopping center lost its Barnes & Noble in 2014, and the O’Charley’s restaurant closed recently.

Across the street, the Lowe’s shut down two weeks ago.


For the many unfamiliar with the St. Louis area. Florissant is a suburb in the Northern part of St. Louis County, nearby communities include Ferguson, Hazelwood, Berkely and Bridgeton.

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Tue Jan 29, 2019, 07:37 AM

1. Yeah but the only thing that matters,


is that the stock market is booming. Trump's tax cuts for the rich of 1.5 trillion dollars, artificially buoyed up the market. Income inequality is going to bring down our country. More and more wealth is being transferred from the bottom up, which is what Trump's tax cuts did.

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