UNION TOWNSHIP (Union) — Bed Bath and Beyond has acknowledged its outlook is bleak and that filing for bankruptcy appeared near, after suffering sizable losses in 2022.

An updated round of closures issued Tuesday included three Bed Bath & Beyond stores already announced as shutting last year.

All Harmon stores are now closing, Bed Bath & Beyond has announced .

Another six NJ Bed, Bath & Beyond stores were added to the list, as of Jan. 31.

During the fiscal 2022 third quarter, the company closed six stores, while running liquidation sales at Bed Bath & Beyond sites in Manalapan, Flanders and Paramus.

Those three locations remained on an updated list of closures, along with the addition of two Harmon stores in Rockaway and Parsippany and two buybuy Baby stores in Princeton and Rockaway, as confirmed by a company spokesperson on Thursday.

Read more: Which Bed, Bath & Beyond stores remain in NJ

When asked whether employees would be given a chance to transfer to remaining locations, the same spokesperson responded to New Jersey 101.5 "We are committed to treating all Associates with respect and openness. Where possible, Associates displaced by store closings may be offered positions in neighboring stores, in addition to other benefits."

The announcement has left New Jersey with 30 Harmon stores, 26 Bed Bath & Beyond stores and eight buybuy BABY stores.

Bed Bath & Beyond, Harmon, buybuy BABY stores in Deptford NJ (Google Maps)
Bed Bath & Beyond, Harmon, buybuy BABY stores in Deptford NJ (Google Maps)

Bed Bath & Beyond President & CEO Sue Gove had confirmed an anticipated net loss of nearly $386 million for the third quarter last year in an update for the company headquartered in Union.

Gove previously said on Thursday while they had a "clear vision for the future of the company” and were considering such options as restructuring or refinancing its debt or obtaining relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

She added “These measures may not be successful.”

Previously the company sold off its Christmas Tree Shop brand in 2020, to Handil Holdings.

The following Bed Bath & Beyond locations remain open in early 2023:

(Google Maps)
(Google Maps)

Atlantic County

190 Hamilton Commons, Mays Landing, 08330
(609) 407-9961

Bergen County

52 Anthony Blvd, Lincoln Park, 07028
(201) 696-4480

300 Ikea Drive, Paramus, 07652
(201) 291-2440

225 Interstate Shopping Center, Ramsey, 07446
(201) 825-7399

Burlington County

740 Route 73 South, Marlton, 08053
(856) 988-8588

8 Centerton Road, Mount Laurel, 08054
(856) 222-9556

Cape May County

3201 Route 9 South, Rio Grande, 08242
(609) 463-6747

Camden County

2130 Marlton Pike West, Cherry Hill, 08002
(856) 910-2820

Gloucester County

1755 Deptford Center Road, Deptford, 08096
(856) 228-1256

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Hunterdon County

276 Route 202/31 N, Flemington, 08822
(908) 788-0611

Mercer County

160 Marketplace Boulevard, Hamilton, 08691
(609) 581-1420

Middlesex County

675 US Highway 1 South, Suite 5, Iselin, 08830
(732) 874-6078

871 Route 1 South, North Brunswick, 08902
(732) 296-0291

Bed Bath Beyond in Manalapan NJ stores open closing (2019 via Google Maps)
Bed Bath Beyond in Manalapan NJ (2019 via Google Maps)

Monmouth County

1121 Route 34, Aberdeen, 07747
(732) 335-5720

92 Route 36, Eatontown, 07724
(732) 460-9800

1115 Route 35, Middletown, 07748
(732) 865-9735

Which NJ Bed Bath & Beyond stores open closing, Kinnelon (Google Maps)
Bed Bath & Beyond store, Kinnelon (Google Maps)

Morris County

180 Route 10 West, East Hanover, 07936
(973) 884-4287

1160 Route 23 North, Kinnelon, 07405
(973) 248-1521

Ocean County

51 Chambersbridge Road, Brick, 08723
(732) 262-1511

205 Route 72 West, Manahawkin, 08050
(609) 489-0801

Bed Bath Beyond in Clifton NJ stores open closing (2020 via Google Maps)
Bed Bath Beyond in Clifton NJ (2020 via Google Maps)

Passaic County

404 State Route 3 West, Clifton, 07014
(973) 472-2205

545 Route 46, Totowa, 07512
(973) 812-9650

Somerset County

155 Promenade Boulevard, Bridgewater, 08807
(732) 356-1456

Union County

651 Kapkowski Road, Elizabeth, 07201
(908) 352-3859

715 Morris Turnpike, Springfield, 07081
(973) 379-4203

1511 U.S. Highway 22, Watchung, 07069
(908) 822-1800

Erin Vogt is a reporter and anchor for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach her at erin.vogt@townsquaremedia.com

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