HomeGoods to Open at Former AJWright Location

Discount home fashion store slated to open this spring in Hybla Valley

HomeGoods, the discount store dedicated to home fashions, will open a new location this spring in the Mount Vernon Crossroads shopping plaza in Alexandria.

The budget-friendly sister store to TJMaxx and Marshalls is setting up shop in the shopping plaza’s former AJWright location in a 24,000 square-foot space. The shopping plaza is located right off of Richmond Highway, adjacent to Gold’s Gym and close to a high-volume shopping area, Mount Vernon Plaza Shopping Center, which boasts stores including Home Depot, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Michaels.

The Alexandria store will be the twelfth HomeGoods in the Washington, DC market. Popular for its low-cost home decorations and other home furnishings, HomeGoods carries items including rugs, furniture, lamps, decorative accessories and kitchen, bath and bedroom items.

 “HomeGoods is the only store of its kind that provides consumers with unbeatable values on brand name and designer merchandise, and unique finds for every room and in every style,” said Robyn Arvedon, Manager of Public Relations, HomeGoods.

With over 300 stores across the country, HomeGoods is owned by the world’s largest off-price retailer, The TJX Companies, Inc.

Lee District Supervisor Jeffrey C. McKay stressed the importance of bringing goods closer to residents for convenience, congestion mitigation and quality revitalization along the Route One corridor.

“I am pleased to see HomeGoods, with its unique and affordable home furnishings and kitchen gear, coming to Route One,” McKay said. “It will add to our growing mix of attractive retail.”

Renee Gibbs February 11, 2011 at 11:17 AM
Next store should be a book store!!!


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