Houston, TX

Pharmaceutical Giants Walgreens and CVS Closing Store Locations Nationwide! – See If Your Area Will Be Affected

Ty D.

The pharmaceutical giants, Walgreens and CVS, have decided to close some of their store locations.

The retail industry is rapidly changing as companies move to keep up with the digitalization of services. The pharmaceutical giants, Walgreens and CVS, have decided to close some of their store locations as they look to expand their reach into healthcare services.

Walgreens and CVS Store Closures:

Walgreens and CVS will close their locations by January 31 or mid-February. The closures come as these companies increase their investments in digitalization.

A spokesperson for CVS stated that when making the difficult decision to close a location, factors such as local market dynamics and changes in customer buying habits are taken into account.

List of Store Closures:

Here are some of the locations that will close fully or partially in the coming days and weeks:

  • Washington D.C: CVS will close the pharmacy section of its store at 400 Massachusetts Avenue NW and will officially shut down operations on February 27. CVS will also be closing a location in DC on 4th and Massachusetts Ave, NW and it will close doors on February 2.
  • Illinois: A Walgreens store located inside the Noel State Bank building is set to close on January 31.
  • Texas: A Houston, Texas, Walgreens located on Grand Avenue will close its doors on March 7.
  • Vermont: Walgreens will close a location in St. Johnsbury, Vermont on February 22.


Walgreens and CVS are closing some of their store locations to keep up with the changing retail landscape. The closures come as both companies look to expand into healthcare services and increase their investments in digitalization.

As the retail industry changes, it's important for companies to keep up with the latest trends and technology to better serve their customers.

What Are Your Thoughts?

Have you shopped at any of the closing Walgreens or CVS locations? How do you feel about these closures? What do you think the future of retail will look like?

Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments below!

Comments / 67

Published by

I write about the things that matter. I'm a born and bred Californian, and I love exploring and writing about the Golden State! I also cover various topics - from social interest issues to history, politics, people, and culture.

California State

More from Ty D.

Comments / 0