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HomeGoods opens Thursday; more new stores next week

HomeGoods is opening Thursday at Freedom Town Center, the new $85-million shopping center at Cliffdale and Skibo roads.


HomeGoods features furniture, rugs, lighting, decorative accessories, gourmet kitchen and dining, bedding, bath, kid’s decor and toys, outdoor living, pet accessories, storage, workspace and more.

Its hours are Monday through Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. It will have special hours for its grand opening, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Other stores opening this month are:

•Cost Plus World Market on Sunday

•Petco on Tuesday

•Discount store Five Below on Sept. 15

•Dick’s Sporting Goods on Sept. 20

•Burkes Outlet between Sept. 21 and Sept. 24, according to its website.

Children’s and baby’s retail apparel stores OshKosh B’Gosh and Carter’s last Wednesday became the first tenants of the 49-acre shopping center to open. Hobby Lobby opened in its new location Monday.

“We’ll have openings on up through the end of September. Everything but Sprouts (Farmers Market),” Troy Davis, the on-site superintendent for Vannoy Construction, said last week. “That’s based on their own leases and such as that. They open certain days, set up times. They’re always open pretty much close to each other.”

Freedom Town Center is designed to offer space for 37 retail stores and restaurants.

Some of the retailers are hiring, including HomeGoods, Burkes Outlet (go to Burkesoutlet.com and under “careers” enter keyword: 379) and Petco (at petco.com/jobs).

The center’s restaurant district — which will include Baby Garlic Bistro, Shakin’ Crab, Five Guys, Maple Street Biscuit Company and CoreLife Eatery — won’t be opening until the end of the year and early 2018, Davis said.

A staff report

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