Several big-box stores are among some of the businesses closing its doors in North/Northwest Austin.

1. Following off-price retailer Tuesday Morning's filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February, Austin’s last location in Great Hills Station at 10225 Research Blvd. Ste. 3500, Austin, is expected to close by the end of June. The business offered home decor, kitchenware, lifestyle accessories and more. Customers can shop deals up to 40% off during its going out of business sale.

2. All Bed Bath & Beyond stores—including one of its locations at 11066 Pecan Park Blvd. in Lakeline Mall—will close down after the company announced in April that it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The home goods retailer is known for its wide selection of bedding, kitchen appliances, bathroom accessories, college dorm furnishings and more. Coupons, gift cards, store credit and rewards are no longer eligible, but customers can still shop online and in stores with deals up to 40% off.

3. Weight loss chain Jenny Craig announced in a Facebook post in early May that it would be closing all of its centers, which include its locations at 10710 Research Blvd., Ste. 136, Austin, and 1335 E Whitestone Blvd. Ste. Aa-295, Cedar Park. All auto-delivery subscriptions have been canceled, and all coaching sessions, food orders and merchandise sales have ceased online and in corporate centers. For 40 years, the center offered one-on-one coaching support and diet plans along with selling prepackaged entrees, desserts and snacks designed for customers to lose weight.

4. Big Red Express Car Wash, located at 11213 RM 2222, Austin, closed April 3. The car wash offered four wash options and an unlimited wash club membership. The location is now the site of Tommy’s Express Car Wash.