The front exterior entrance to the 60,000 square foot Southern Season store at University Place, Chapel Hill remains unchanged Tuesday, August 23, 2016, the day a federal judge approved the sale of the bankrupt Chapel Hill business to Calvert Retail, a Delaware company that owns several kitchenware stores. Calvert Retail was the sole bidder for Southern Season's flagship store in Chapel Hill, its website, trade names and intellectual property last Friday bidding $3.5 million. Southern Season's three smaller stores in Raleigh, Asheville and Charleston, SC will close.
The front exterior entrance to the 60,000 square foot Southern Season store at University Place, Chapel Hill remains unchanged Tuesday, August 23, 2016, the day a federal judge approved the sale of the bankrupt Chapel Hill business to Calvert Retail, a Delaware company that owns several kitchenware stores. Calvert Retail was the sole bidder for Southern Season's flagship store in Chapel Hill, its website, trade names and intellectual property last Friday bidding $3.5 million. Southern Season's three smaller stores in Raleigh, Asheville and Charleston, SC will close. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
The front exterior entrance to the 60,000 square foot Southern Season store at University Place, Chapel Hill remains unchanged Tuesday, August 23, 2016, the day a federal judge approved the sale of the bankrupt Chapel Hill business to Calvert Retail, a Delaware company that owns several kitchenware stores. Calvert Retail was the sole bidder for Southern Season's flagship store in Chapel Hill, its website, trade names and intellectual property last Friday bidding $3.5 million. Southern Season's three smaller stores in Raleigh, Asheville and Charleston, SC will close. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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