ANOTHER store has closed at a major Denver mall, joining several others that have closed in recent months.
The Corner Bakery Cafe in the Denver Pavilions shopping center closed Aug. 31.
According to local NBC affiliate KUSA, the Corner Bakery Cafe, a sandwich shop and bakery, had been at the location for 25 years.
The cafe operates several other locations in the area.
But it’s far from the only major store closing in or near the Denver Pavilions this year.
Denver Pavilions is part of the larger 16th Street Mall, which spans more than a mile of downtown storefronts.
The Hard Rock Café, also located in the Denver Pavilions for 25 years, closed in July.
Additionally, McDonald’s and Starbucks also closed their 16th Street Mall locations this year.
At least four other restaurants in the Denver area have also closed this year.
Additionally, popular breakfast spot Waffle Brothers has closed both locations.
They were reportedly seized by the city and county of Denver due to unpaid taxes.
Signs were posted at both locations on July 14.
According to The Denver Post, the restaurant owed the state more than $27,000 in unpaid taxes.
A Chase Bank branch in Denver is also scheduled to close its doors in November.