A discount pharmacy near the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Michigan Avenue South in Midtown is closing its doors, but the name of the store has not changed.
The pharmacy is called Midtown Pharmacy, and the owners say they plan to reopen in a different location.
But they will not be closing its door as a way to try to save money.
They are not saying why.
We don’t have any plans to close the pharmacy.
We want to be here and we’re going to continue to be a good pharmacy, said Robert Giannini, owner of Midtown Pharmacy.
He said he hopes to reopen at a new location in the coming months.
The store was listed on the Michigan Avenue shopping mall’s website as a Super 1 pharmacy, and it is only one of four that operate there.
The other two are located in the former Super 1, which closed in January after the company was acquired by the pharmaceutical giant Novartis.
The other three stores are located along Michigan Avenue in the same area.