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HomeGoods to open Fayetteville store Sept. 7 |

HomeGoods to open Fayetteville store Sept. 7

Home decor retailer HomeGoods said Wednesday it plans to open its Fayetteville store in the Freedom Town Center on Sept. 7.

While other stores planning to locate on the 49-acre shopping complex have announced they are hiring, HomeGoods is the first to announce an opening date.

The 21,058-square-foot store will be the sixth in the Raleigh market, company officials said.

“Our shopping experience is unlike any other retailer; our amazing values, designer brands and unique assortment make HomeGoods an exciting destination for shoppers,” John Ricciuti, president of HomeGoods, said in a news release. “Our stores help make houses feel like home. … We are thrilled to provide Fayetteville shoppers with this exhilarating shopping experience.”

HomeGoods will be hiring store management and associates from the area. The Fayetteville store is expected to fill approximately 65 full- and part-time positions, officials said.

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.

HomeGoods will serve as an anchor, along with Field Stream, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Hobby Lobby, for Freedom Town Center, which is taking shape at Cliffdale and Skibo roads.

Austin Wilson, a broker and developer with South Carolina-based RealtyLink LLC, the site’s developer, said last month that the following stores will be opening about the same time: Field Stream, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Hobby Lobby, World Market, Sprouts Farmers Market, Burkes Outlet, Petco Animal Supplies, buybuyBaby, Carter’s and DSW, formerly designer shoe warehouse. HomeGoods also was among that list.

Some of the other businesses and restaurants will include the discount store Five Below, 5 Guys Burgers and Fries, Jason’s Deli, Dale Earnhardt’s Whiskey River, the healthy alternative CoreLife Eatery and BlackFinn Ameripub.

Sprouts Farmers Market, Whiskey River, Five Below and CoreLife Eatery will be new to the area.

Field Stream and Dick’s Sporting Goods have previously said they are hiring for their new stores.

The land, formerly Leisure Living Estates, was cleared and construction started at the end of September. Building got underway in late January.


Deputy editor Lorry Williams can be reached at or 486-3524.

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