The Triangle's last Borders bookstore is finishing its liquidation sale and is scheduled to close for good on Monday.
The final days at the store on Six Forks Road in North Raleigh will feature discounts of up to 90 percent on all remaining merchandise and store fixtures. All sales are final.
All 359 Borders remaining nationwide are scheduled to close by mid-September. The chain fell victim to weaker consumer spending, and increasing competition from Amazon, Walmart and other powerful rivals.
Borders closed its five other Triangle stores earlier this year after filing for bankruptcy. Another store at Raleigh-Durham International Airport closed recently after its liquidation sale.
RDU officials are still working to find a new tenant for that spot in Terminal 2.
The closures leave large empty spaces across the Triangle for retail landlords to refill during an economic slump.
The last Borders in this region, in the Six Forks Station Shopping Center, is 27,000 square feet. The shopping center's property manager didn't return calls seeking comment.