Parent company filed for bankruptcy in July.
Thomasville posted signs on its furniture store and along Town Center Parkway that it is closing at 4853 Big Island Drive in St. Johns Town Center.
The signs state that everything is on sale from 30 to 50 percent off. “Store closing,” says one window sign. “Entire store on sale!” says another.
A store manager referred calls to a spokeswoman, who declined to comment.
Parent company Heritage Home Group LLC filed July 29 for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization to pay down $280 million in debt.
The company, based in High Point, North Carolina, has three business units. One of those, Thomasville & Co., comprises the Thomasville classic line; the Drexel contemporary brand; and the Henredon deluxe banner.
The 13,000-square-foot St. Johns Town Center store, built in 2007, is owned by a Charlotte, North Carolina, investor.
On Sept. 13, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware issued an interim order approving store closing sales.
The order includes a list of 25 Thomasville, Henredon and Heritage Home Group stores in 14 states, including the Jacksonville location.
There also are six distribution centers involved, with five in North Carolina and one in Vietnam.