There will still be plenty of Walgreens locations in Colorado after these three close down, but for how long?

As of July 2024, there were upwards of 10,000 Walgreens across America, with Colorado having just over 50. However, the number of Colorado locations will drop by three when the company closes "underperforming" stores.

It's unclear how many jobs will be lost in the closures, but there are definitely big "pads" that will now sit empty.

3 Colorado Walgreens Locations Slated for Closure

You may have seen that Walgreens was talking about closing more than a few stores as profits have been in trouble.

From CEO Tim Wentworth:

We are at a point where the current pharmacy model is not sustainable and the challenges in our operating environment require we approach the market differently,

Some might say that Walgreens has long had a "model" of coming to locations and then pushing out small pharmacies, but many large companies do the same thing. Regardless, three of their stores in Colorado will be shuttering.

Which Colorado Walgreens Stores Are on the Closures List?

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Walgreens on Sheridan in Denver
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Walgreen's in Boulder
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Walgreens on Main in Longmont
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It is a shame that big-name brand closures grab attention when many smaller drugstore pharmacies have closed without the same attention.

It's similar to Red Lobster closures, which are "big" news, but not the "Mom and Pop" seafood restaurants that close often.

MORE Closures: Popular ELF Grill Closes for Good

7 years ago, a small-town gas station was completely transformed into one of the coolest little restaurants in all of Colorado, Elf Grill. While small in size, Elf Grill is huge in personality. From the fantastic food, and some secret family recipes, to the amazing service, Elf is one of a kind and will be missed.

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These 11 Colorado Restaurants Featured on National Food TV Shows Have Sadly Closed

These Colorado restaurants once rose to fame as part of national broadcasts on the Food Network. Sadly, they are no longer in business. Scroll through the photos below to see these long-lost favorite places in the Centennial State.

Gallery Credit: Wes Adams