Huffman Koos closing Freehold Township furniture store

FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP – With signs up that read “all must go,” furniture retailer Huffman Koos is closing its store near Freehold Raceway Mall.

In advertisements and on social media, Huffman Koos said it has “lost our lease.” The 30,000-square-foot space, located on Trotters Way at the Raceway Village shopping center, is listed as available for lease, according to marketing materials online.

A representative with Huffman Koos could not be reached for comment. Huffman Koos has six stores, including locations in Watchung and Fairfield and three in New York. The Queens, New York, store also is closing.

Passaic-based Huffman Koos opened its Freehold Township store in 2014 and closed its briefly in 2017 for remodeling and rebranding.

Huffman Koos in Freehold Township. Oct. 30, 2022

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The chain that owns the Huffman Koos name is a recent incarnation of a furniture brand that can trace its roots back 100 years. The original Huffman Koos chain filed for bankruptcy in 2004, and the brand name was acquired in 2005 by Andrew Mehran, who at the time operated the Moda furniture chain.


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