Aldi, the German-owned supermarket chain that was recently sold to grocery giant Lidl, is closing its doors in Denver, Denver City Councilor Adam Green said.
In a statement, Aldi said the decision was not made lightly.
“Our staff have worked tirelessly to build the company and its reputation,” the statement said.
“The closure of our stores will have a significant impact on our employees and our customers.
The store will be closed until our future plans are finalized.
This is our last chance to secure a new leadership team for our store and ensure our employees will continue to have a meaningful role in Aldi.”
The chain, which has more than 5,600 stores across the U.S., will also close its doors to workers on January 13.
Last year, the chain reported a net loss of $3.8 million.