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Club Monaco Is Joining The Massive List Of Stores That Have Closed In Yorkville This Year

Yorkville has been hit hard by the pandemic and many businesses in the area have recently closed their doors for good.

Now, Club Monaco's Yorkville location will join the long list of closures — the location's final day of business will be Thursday, March 18, Club Monaco confirmed to Narcity.

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Until they close, the store is offering an additional 30% off all marked-down items.

Club Monaco is following in the footsteps of several business closures in Yorkville over the past year, including Pink Tartan, HOM Café, Victorinox, Gap, J. Crew, Intermix, See Eyewear, and Banana Republic.*

Business closures aren't the only impact the pandemic has had on Yorkville — luxury condo prices in the area have plummeted in the last year and some are actually pretty affordable now.

*This article has been updated.

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