T.J. Maxx and HomeGoods are part up and moving. The joined stores simply off Long Pond Road will migrate in the not so distant future to two unique areas. Homegoods will open at Cranberry Crescent Plaza, among Marshalls and Market Basket, while T.J. Maxx will move to Colony Place, between La-Z-Boy and Best Buy.
Zoning and building grants were documented with the town this week to start the movement procedure. Plymouth Director of Inspectional Services Paul McAuliffe affirmed that the paperwork was being assessed by the town and the stores would revive at two distinct locales.
“They have filed for the buildout at Colony Place and are working on plans for the site next to Marshall’s,” he said.
T.J. Maxx and HomeGoods are claimed by TJX Corporation, headquartered in Framingham. The organization additionally works Marshalls, HomeSense, Sierra Trading Post and other retail businesses in foreign nations.
It isn’t known how, if by any means, the opening of T.J. Maxx next to Marshalls will affect that store. TJX delegates declined remark, other than to state by means of email that “T.J. Maxx has not announced any store changes in Plymouth at this time.”
In Plymouth, the current joined T.J. Maxx and HomeGoods is situated at The Grove of Plymouth, the previous Shops at 5. The shopping center at Exit 5 is additionally home to BJ’s Wholesale Club, Kohl’s department store, Planet Fitness, Lumber Liquidators, PetSmart and different stores.
T.J. Maxx, the biggest off-value retailer of apparel and home fashions in the United States, plans to move into 20,000 square feet of retail space at Colony Place. That area between La-Z-Boy and Best Buy initially housed an Office Depot, which shut quite a while prior. From that point forward, it has been the site of seasonal retail operations, including Halloween-and Christmas-themed stores.
HomeGoods will open in a new retail site alongside Marshalls. This store is often situated alongside or are joined with Marshalls or TJ Maxx outlets. The chain offers a changing determination of home fashions, including furniture, rugs, lighting, decorative accessories, tabletop, cookware and more.
No timetable has been reported for the end of the store at The Grove of Plymouth and the opening of the new stores.