Stein Mart will be closing its last retail store in El Paso soon.

Wave goodbye to the Stein Mart retail store as they have been added to the long list of retailers that are shutting down large numbers of stores for good.

Back in August, the 112-year old retailer announced that it was planning on closing all of its 279 stores across 30 states after filing for bankruptcy and were going through “Going-Out-of-Business” sales.

The Stein Mart location at the Fountains at Farah has been closed for a while and now the only store left in El Paso is set to close soon too.

The coronavirus pandemic temporarily caused most of U.S. retail shops to close, leaving open only supermarkets, pharmacies, and other essential businesses. As stores struggled to regain footing many retail chains are now permanently closing including Pier 1 Imports, GNC, CVS, Men's Wearhouse/Jos. A. Bank, GameStop, and now Stein Mart in El Paso.

The Florida-based retail store opened in the early 1900s and was best known for its brand name fashion for women and men including accessories, home décor, linens, and shoes at prices up to 60% below department store prices.

Stein Mart is currently hosting its “Going-Out-of-Business” sale and is open all week, Monday – Sunday.