Jos. A. Bank men’s clothing stores, including Downtown site, fall victim to the pandemic | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Jos. A. Bank men’s clothing store, a longtime fixture in the Golden Triangle, is expected to close its doors Aug. 8, a victim of pandemic-related cost cutting by its parent company, Tailored Brands.

A store representative confirmed the closing but referred all other questions to Tailored Brands in Houston, where no one could be reached for comment Friday.

The Downtown retailer, located at 230 Fifth Ave. in Market Square Place, is one of several Jos. A. Bank stores in the Pittsburgh region targeted for closing, according to local store reps. Other expected closings are in the Mall at Robinson, also on Aug. 8, and in Monroeville, where a store representative declined to give a closing date.

Source: Jos. A. Bank men’s clothing stores, including Downtown site, fall victim to the pandemic | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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