This is the second time in two months that Ashley Furniture has closed in the state.
Earlier this month, the business announced it was closing its doors because of “a lack of demand.”
The chain, which has locations in Kansas City, Kansas, and New Orleans, said the closure was “due to a lack of interest.”
Ashley Furniture said in a statement that the store’s staff has been “incredibly hard at work to keep our doors open, and we appreciate their dedication and support.”
It said its employees “are not just here to serve you but to be part of your life as well.”
The chain said the store is not closing because of the state’s new budget restrictions, which affect how much businesses can raise their taxes or pay employee wages.
It also said the state has “taken a new approach to the economy.”
A spokesperson for the Kansas City City Chamber of Commerce said they’re “aware of the closure announcement” and “we are trying to reach out to Ashley to see if we can get in touch with them as we have been working with the business for many months.”
The Kansas City-based business has a loyal following in the city, which is home to the city’s second-largest hospital, the University of Kansas Medical Center.
The chain’s website lists more than 2,000 locations across the state, including in New Orleans and Kansas City.
The closure of the Ashleys is one of several closures Ashley Furnishings has faced in recent years.