Haverty’s Furniture store in Brooklyn is set to close its doors for the night at 7 p.m. on Monday.
It will reopen on Tuesday morning, according to Haverty.
“I just want to say we are very grateful for all of our customers, and our loyal customers,” Haverty said.
Haverty also announced that the store will be closing its doors on Sunday to reopen on Monday as well.
“This is a difficult time for all us Haverty employees and I am truly thankful to the Haverty family, our suppliers and the many customers that have supported us through this difficult time,” Haighs CEO Chris C. Haigh said in a statement.
“We look forward to seeing you again tomorrow, and will be back to providing Haverty to the world in a new, more exciting way.”
Haverty has been open since 2013, and has been a part of the community for more than 40 years.
The store is owned by Haverty Properties, which was founded by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2009.
The Haverty store opened in 2006 and has since become a neighborhood staple.
The building is a two-story brick building with the store’s signature green facade.