WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Five area A&P stores have been auctioned while another eight remain unsold, A&P lawyers said, according to lohud.com.
With the first round of auctions complete, A&P said that it has received bids on dozens of other stores with another 75 unsold, which does not include several stores that are still slated for auction, lohud.com reported.
According to lohud.com, the five Westchester A&P stores auctioned include:
- As previously reported on Daily Voice , Mount Kisco, was sold to Shop & Save for $25 million, according to multiple media reports. The Mount Kisco location was the chain's highest grossing store in the area, company filing show it earned just shy of $10 million.
- Port Chester to Key Food Stores Co-Op
- Nepperham Ave., Yonkers to CVS Pharmacy
- Bedford to Key Food
- Yonkers, 1757 Central Park Ave,. to a limited partnership/corporation
The eight remaining unsold stores in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam, according to lohud.com, are:
- 2540 Central Ave., Yonkers
- Millwood in New Castle
- Valley Cottage
On Thursday, Oct. 8, the eight remaining stores will be put up for auction again. In addition, A&P will ask a judge to approve the sale of another five stores that are supposed to be auctioned next Friday, lohud.com said.
No information was provided on the two A&P stores located on Route 9A in Cortlandt and the Central Park Avenue store in Greenburgh, lohud.com reported..
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