BRAINTREE, Mass. — The Barnes & Noble in Braintree is closing on Saturday after 26 years in business.
A sign posted at the entrance of the store on Granite Street said the company was unable to agree on a new lease with its landlord, W.P. Carey.
After 26 years of business, the @bnbooks in Braintree is closing for good on Saturday. Here's a look at the sign posted in the store. #Boston25 pic.twitter.com/TC1LAiB2yY— Mike Saccone (@mikesacconetv) February 17, 2020
“Barnes & Noble is opening new locations nationwide, and we will continue to look in the Braintree area for potential locations,” the statement continued. “If you’d like a Barnes & Noble store in your community, please let us know! You can email us firstname.lastname@example.org, and share your details if you’d like to be kept informed of our latest news.”
The Barnes & Noble locations in Hingham and Walpole will remain open.
Boston 25 News has reached out to W.P. Carey for comment.
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