Who Owns Hechinger Remnant Assets?
Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the Hechinger Liquidation Trust in October 2009.
On June 11, 1999, Hechinger Investment Company of Delaware, Inc. and its related entities (“Hechinger”) filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, which cases were jointly administered under Case No. 99-02261. On October 5, 2001, Hechinger confirmed a Chapter 11 plan, which transferred all Hechinger assets to the Hechinger Liquidation Trust. Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the Hechinger Liquidation Trust in October 2009.
Related Entities: Better Spaces, BSQ Acquisition, Inc., BSQ Transferee Corp., BucksProp Holding Company, Builders Square, Inc., Centers Holdings, Inc., HCNC, HCSC, Inc., Hechinger Company, Hechinger Finance, Inc., Hechinger Financial Holdings Company, Hechinger Hardware, Hechinger Home Project Centers, Hechinger International, Inc., Hechinger Liquidation Trust, Hechinger Property Company, Hechinger Royalty Company, Hechinger Stores Company, Hechinger Stores East Coast Company, Hechinger Towers Company, Heco, HIDS, Home Quarters Realty, Inc., Home Quarters Warehouse, Inc., Hprop, HQ, Lynnhaven Offices, Inc., ManProp Holding Company, Pennsy, Inc., PhilProp Holding Company, RemProp, Inc., SuperMass holdings, Inc., Triangle Building Centers, Trisett Company, Ventory, Inc., Wye River Hardware & Home
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Contact Info: Hechinger
Since 1911, Hechinger had been a part of Washington’s retail landscape, providing products and services for the home and garden. The company became the first major home improvement chain in the United States. Hechinger was also one the first to build warehouse-size stores for building supplies. Founded by Sidney Hechinger and then eventually run by his two sons, the company established close relationships with its employees and customers. Hechinger was heavily involved in community projects. At its peak, the company employed 28,000 people and operated 244 stores in 24 states.
Hechinger operated under several trade names including BSQ, Builders Square, Hechinger Investment Company, Home Quarters Warehouse and Triangle Building Centers.
The former headquarters of Hechinger was located in Largo, MD.