Skip to contents
Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

Thrift Store Crossroads Closes Andersonville Location After 5 Years

Crossroads is at least the fifth Clark Street business in Andersonville to close during the coronavirus pandemic.

Crossroads Trading Co. closed its Andersonville location Oct. 10.
  • Credibility:

ANDERSONVILLE — The national thrift store chain Crossroads Trading Co. has closed its Andersonville location after nearly five years.

Crossroads, 5127 N. Clark St., had its final day of operations Saturday. In a note posted to its front door, the business owners did not give a reason for shuttering.

Instead, the note thanked customers and asked them to visit Crossroads’ Lincoln Park, Wicker Park or Evanston locations.

Crossroads is a trendy resale shop where customers can buy used clothing or sell items to the store. It opened its Andersonville outpost in December 2015.

Crossroads is at least the fifth business in Andersonville’s Clark Street corridor to close since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

The art supplies shop Martha Mae, 5407 N. Clark St., closed its doors at the end of August in order to pivot to a digital operation. Upscale restaurant Passerotto closed at 5420 N. Clark St. soon after.

Candyality closed its shop at Clark and Farragut at the end of September. Another national chain, Hair Cuttery, closed its Clark Street location in June after filing for bankruptcy. A new hair salon has since taken its place.

A representative for Crossroads could not immediately be reached for comment.

Read all of Block Club’s coverage of businesses closing because of coronavirus.

Subscribe to Block Club Chicago. Every dime we make funds reporting from Chicago’s neighborhoods.

Already subscribe? Click here to support Block Club with a tax-deductible donation.