Thursday, August 29, 2019

[UPDATE] TJ Maxx To Open in Chamblee Plaza In October, HomeGoods Too

A new TJ Maxx store will celebrate its grand opening Sunday, October 6 at Chamblee Plaza along Peachtree Boulevard in Chamblee.  The new store, occupying about 20,000 square feet, will later be joined by fellow TJX Companies' brand HomeGoods.  The two new stores will help to anchor the revitalized center that first opened in 1960.  

ToNeTo Atlanta first broke news of the planned openings January 22, 2019.  The project, which has gone through several iterations over the years, will now include not only TJ Maxx and HomeGoods, but also new locations of Five Below, Ace Hardware, Rack Room Shoes and Crunch Fitness.  Ace Hardware and Crunch Fitness are already open and plans are for Five Below to open September 13, Rack Room to open October 3 and for HomeGoods to follow on October 13.

The new HomeGoods at Chamblee Plaza will be the second new HomeGoods in metro Atlanta following the planned September 29 opening at The District at Howell Mill on the Westside.  

Existing smaller tenants such as Porter Paints (PPG), UPS Store and Elliot's Barber Shop remain open and will soon be joined by new eateries like Let's Bap, a quick-serve Korean barbecue eatery.  A previously announced new location of Yumbi is unfortunately no longer in the cards, as they opted to open at Toco Hills instead.   


The far right anchor space, which has been several supermarkets in years past, is being marketed to multiple grocers with property management hopeful that they will have an executed lease with one of them later this fall.  

On opening day, the new TJ Maxx on Peachtree Boulevard will be open from 8 am until 8 pm. 

Are you happy to see HomeGoods continuing to expand in metro Atlanta?  Have you have been to a Homesense store?  What is your favorite HomeGoods find?  

Please share your thoughts below.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Like like like. Yes, some will say too bad it can't be local businesses, but hopefully this will revitalize the shopping in the area and the local businesses will also have some room. I am happy to see this area wake up after years of it being dormant. Just waiting for North DeKalb Mall and Northlake Mall to wake up, too......

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