Plaza Camino Real Loses Another One

by The Editors on September 17, 2008

Steve Barrys

BHY S&B Holdings LLC, the new owners of the bankrupt Steve & Barry’s chain of cheap sports clothing stores, has decided to close 103 of their 276 stores including the store in Carlsbad’s Plaza Camino Real (not that anyone will notice another empty retail space).

BHY S&B Holdings LLC, a newly formed investment consortium affiliated with Bay Harbour Management and York Capital Management, purchased the assets of Steve & Barry’s for $163 million. . . following the retailer’s filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection July 9.

Wish we could say we’ll miss that store, but truth is aside from an occasional trip to AT&T we never visit Plaza Camino Real because we’re scared.

[Link: Los Angeles Business]

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JP September 18, 2008 at 6:23 am

The only reason to go to that mall is during the heat waves… with a pregnant wife in the middle of the summer and no a/c throughout Carlsbad… this was the closest air conditioned facility… the mall unfortunately seems to be a remnant of the eighties malls… stuck in a time warp of sorts.

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